'The Departed' writer William Monahan has signed on to write an Evel Knievel biopic for Paramount, with Martin Scorsese eyed to direct.
Susan Heyward stars in Martin Scorsese, Mick Jagger and Terence Winter's new HBO drama series "Vinyl" premiering February 14, 2016, and is returning as the lead in Sony's superhero juggernaut series "Powers" premiering March 2016. Vinyl trailer. Show More Summary
Sometimes, to gain screentime for a difficult movie, it helps to have a friend who made "Taxi Driver.” On Monday night, in a small screening room below the Museum of Modern Art, Martin Scorsese stood up and told a group that included Chris Rock, Ellen Burstyn and Kathleen Turner that the recently...
Someone in Hollywood is going to make an Evel Knievel movie and one of our great living filmmakers is going to be sucked into the project. For awhile, it looked like that would be Darren Aronofksy, with Channing Tatum putting on that famous jacket for Sony. Show More Summary
With Together Again, Jesse Hassenger looks at actors and directors who have worked together on at least three films, analyzing the nature of their collaborations. About 80 percent of the way through the 2006 Martin Scorsese picture The...Show More Summary
Martin Scorsese and Terence Winter, who teamed up to launch Boardwalk Empire for HBO, have reunited for a look at the music industry in the ’70s along with Mick Jagger, who brings just a little bit of relevant life experience to the table. Show More Summary
Paramount has released the first image of a gaunt and seemingly defeated Liam Neeson in Martin Scorsese’s upcoming movie Silence and this is definitely not the tough and badass Neeson we’ve grown accustomed to in recent actioners like the Taken franchise, Non-Stop, A Walk Among the Tombstones, and 2015’s Run All Night as well. Show More Summary
Joe Pesci’s infamous “You think I’m funny?” scene in Martin Scorsese’s 1990 landmark, “Goodfellas,” will be remembered chiefly for earning the actor a well-deserved Oscar. His character, Tommy DeVito, is a monster of a such fearsomeShow More Summary
Today is the birthday of both Martin Scorsese—who turns 72—and Danny DeVito, who turns 70. To celebrate the birth of these two cinematic icons, the folks at NowThis Entertainment recut Matilda into a Scorsese movie, just because. It turns out that the story of everyone’s favorite telekinetic ’90s kid is more Scorsese-esque than we realized. Show More Summary
Happy Birthday, Martin Scorsese! The Oscar-winning director has made 23 feature films — not to mention TV shows like Boardwalk Empire and documentaries like Shine A Light. At 73 years old, he shows no signs of slowing down! Related: Liam Neeson Explains Drastic Weight Loss Was For Scorsese But of all the award-winning, beloved cinematic classics, which one is [...]
HBO has released a new trailer for their upcoming show Vinyl, a gritty, go-for-broke look at the music industry from executive producers Martin Scorsese and Mick Jagger. While the initial footage released last month teased a world of sex, drugs, and rock and roll, this second glimpse at the star-studded drama...
This summer Liam Neeson stepped out looking very thin; his continued weight loss has made many fans concerned for the Taken star's health! But it turns out, the 63-year-old dropped the pounds for a role in his upcoming drama Silence! The 63-year-old revealed he shed 20 lbs. at the request of director Martin Scorsese, dishing at the [...]
There's a new trailer for HBO's "Vinyl," which you can see below.From Martin Scorsese, Mick Jagger and Terence Winter, this new drama series is set in 1970s New York. A ride through the sex- and drug-addled music business at the dawn...Show More Summary
The trio of Martin Scorsese, Mick Jagger, and Terence Winter brings you HBO's next prestige project: Vinyl, a ’70s Wolf of Wall Street packed with musical iconography from the era. Vinyl stars Bobby Cannavale as record-label president Richie Finestra, a man intent on saving his company in "the drug- and sex-fueled music... More »
“The Italians of my parents’ generation are held together by the notion of the family,” wrote Martin Scorsese in his introduction to Italianamerican: The Scorsese Family Cookbook. “That is why the pasta sauce is so sacred to the Italian family.” See, now right away we have a problem. Show More Summary
It's no secret that many actors tend to seriously commit to their roles when working with director Martin Scorsese. Let's not forget that Robert De Niro famously gained 60 pounds for his part in Raging Bull. Well, it turns out that Liam...Show More Summary
Sadly, the 2015 awards season will be devoid of a film from iconic director Martin Scorsese. But the good news is that his next film is a long-gestating passion project, the adaptation of Shûsaku Endô‘s book Silence, and it’s slated to arrive sometime late in 2016. Show More Summary
Directors like Quentin Tarantino, Christopher Nolan, and Martin Scorsese might be some of the biggest in the film industry today, but neither they nor the techniques they use to make their movies so spectacular cropped up overnight.Show More Summary
80-year-old Vincent Asaro, whose story was retold in Martin Scorsese's classic 'Goodfellas', was acquitted in 1978 Lufthansa heist after 4 week trail.
Many famous directors have their pet themes, topics they return to again and again in their careers because they’re seemingly never quite finished with them. Martin Scorsese has his Catholic guilt. Hal Needham had his car chases. Perhaps Alfred Hitchcock’s favorite itch to scratch was his obsession with voyeurism. Show More Summary