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Netflix: All the Movies and TV Shows to Look Forward to in December

Hoping for a Christmas present from Netflix? You're in luck. A ton of fantastic movies and TV shows are being added to instant streaming during the month of December, ranging from Martin Scorsese's crowd-pleasing The Wolf of Wall Street to the comedy classic Romy and Michele's High School Reunion. Take a look below to see what's on tap for the next month!

110-Year-Old East Village De Robertis Pasticceria To Close

A century-old East Village bakery where Martin Scorsese allegedly procured his holiday cookies is the latest city staple to throw in the towel. De Robertis Pasticceria, which has stood on First Avenue since 1904, will power down its ovens following the sale of the family's building at number 176 for an estimated $12 million. Show More Summary

UBER DRIVER (Taxi Driver Parody)

UBER DRIVER (Taxi Driver Parody) 3:16 In this parody of Martin Scorsese’s TAXI DRIVER, Travis Bickle is an Uber Driver in LA with a screenplay idea that no one likes except for Iris, a beautiful hipster with a Tinder habit. Travis tries...Show More Summary

The ‘Wet Hot American Summer’ Martin Scorsese Edit Works Surprisingly Well

 WithalighteditandliberaluseoftheRollingStones’“CanYouHearMeKnockin”,VimeouserTommyButton hastransformedWetHotAmericanSummerintoaMartinScorsesefilm.AlthoughI’mnotsure“transformed”istherightword.TheoriginalWetHotAmericanSummeropeningcreditsalreadylooksortofScorsese-esque:Well,probablymoreRichardLinklaterthanMartinScorsese.

Mel Gibson Circling World War II Film Starring Andrew Garfield

With Spider-Man in a bit of a void, Andrew Garfield is filling his time wisely. He’ll soon shoot Silence with Martin Scorsese and now he might team up with another Oscar-winning director, Mel Gibson. Both Gibson and Garfield are circling a World War II project called Hacksaw Ridge. Show More Summary

If Martin Scorsese Directed Wet Hot American Summer 

In 2001, Wet Hot American Summer was released to critical and commercial failure. Over a decade later, the film boasts a fervent cult following, and cast members like Paul Rudd, Amy Poehler, and Bradley Cooper are all household names. Show More Summary

Watch a Trailer for ‘Wet Hot American Summer’–As Directed by Martin Scorsese

There are certain elements of the Martin Scorsese playbook—Rolling Stones music, Dionysian rise and fall, sex, drugs, rock and… Read More

Great Job, Internet!: A little Mick Jagger goes a long way in Martin Scorsese’s Wet Hot American Summer

Yeah, yeah, Martin Scorsese’s a genius. But if he’s so brilliant, why does it take little more than a Rolling Stones tune and some strategically placed slow-motion shots to turn Wet Hot American Summer into a pretty convincing fake-Scorsese trailer? Because he invented the style the trailer is aping? Okay, fair enough. Show More Summary

Newswire: Martin Scorsese and Benicio Del Toro are developing a conquistador drama for HBO

Boardwalk Empire may be over, but Martin Scorsese’s relationship with HBO is only growing deeper and more serious. In addition to the show he’s developing alongside Mick Jagger about the New York music scene in the ’70s, the director is also working on a prequel series to Shutter Island set in the early 20th century. Show More Summary

What if Martin Scorsese directed ‘Wet Hot American Summer’? This would happen.

What would Wet Hot American Summer look like if it were directed by Martin Scorsese?  Well, naturally, it would be scored

HBO nabs Martin Scorsese drama ‘Cortes’

Martin Scorsese’s Cortés has a home: HBO. The drama follows Hernán Cortés, the man who led the fall of the Aztec

Mark Wahlberg Is Your New Steve Austin

No, WWE fans, Mark Wahlberg is not about to shave his head and star in an Oscar-bait biopic on the life and times of "Stone Cold" Steve Austin that will be directed by Martin Scorsese. Wahlberg is set to play pop culture's original Steve...Show More Summary

Mark Walhberg Is Your New Steve Austin

No, WWE fans, Mark Wahlberg is not about to shave his head and star in an Oscar-bait biopic on the life and times of "Stone Cold" Steve Austin that will be directed by Martin Scorsese. Wahlberg is set to play pop culture's original Steve...Show More Summary

Let’s just go ahead and predict that Alexander Payne’s ‘Downsizing’ will be Matt Damon’s Oscar role

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Matt Damon has worked with your basic laundry list of first-tier auteurs — Martin Scorsese, Steven Spielberg, Steven Soderbergh, the Coen brothers. But there’s one highly-regarded director he hasn’t collaborated with: Alexander Payne. That’s about the change now that Damon has been cast in “Downsizing.” Damon may already seem to have it all, but the […]

Martin Scorsese Did Not Direct The Trailer For 'The Gambler'

Two weeks after releasing an eff-you filled teaser for "The Gambler," Paramount has debuted the film's first full trailer. It's a really great piece of marketing, but note the music cue: The Rolling Stones' "Gimme Shelter," a familiar song to anyone who has ever seen a movie directed by Martin Scorsese. Show More Summary

The Unloved, Part Eleven: "Bringing Out The Dead"

"If saving a life is the equivalent of a fix for paramedics, [director Martin] Scorsese, writer Paul Schrader and star Nicolas Cage wanted to show a man slowly and painfully dying from the longest and ugliest overdose." Such is the hook...Show More Summary

Rare Photos From 45 Years Of Martin Scorsese Movies

"Martin Scorsese: A Retrospective" was published by Abrams last month, and its a must-read for cinephiles of all ages. Written by Tom Shone, the book includes anecdotes about all of Scorsese's films and rare, behind-the-scenes photos from his life as a filmmaker. Show More Summary

The 11 Scariest Movies Of All-Time, According To Martin Scorsese

It's common knowledge that if Martin Scorsese has something to say about the movies, you sit down, shut up, and immediately start taking notes. To celebrate Halloween, the cinematic genius has picked out the 11 scariest films of all time in his opinion. Show More Summary

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