Volkswagen's logo on top of Volkswagen top management offices in Wolfsburg (Photo: Sean Gallup/Getty Images) “Silence” is a smaller budget movie by Martin Scorsese, to be released by the end of this year, if all goes well. The movie might be preempted by a big budget reality show with the German [...]
Paul Schrader returned to the Croisette this year with his pulp crime pic Dog Eat Dog which made its premiere during the closing of Directors’ Fortnight. In the movie, Nicolas Cage and Willem Dafoe play ex-cons who are attempting to make the ultimate score on what could be their last job until everything goes wrong. Show More Summary
9:11 A.M. Robert Lloyd What erased the last blurred line between movies and television? With the lines disappearing between movies and TV, where does HBO's "Vinyl" fit into Martin Scorsese's canon? Above, the series' Daniel J. Watts as Hannibal. (HBO) For a long while I have had what felt like...
Film series Eyes on Cinema has posted a fascinating clip of the great Martin Scorsese talking about his cameo appearance in the 1976 film Taxi Driver and how he graciously took advice from actor Robert DeNiro from inside the car in order to make the scene as believable as possible. The “Sick Passenger” scene featuring […]
You would think that when Martin Scorsese wants to make a mobster movie, studios would be lining up to throw money at him. You'd think that when that movie is going to star Robert De Niro, somebody would back a dump truck full of cash up to his doorstep and just start dumping it out on his porch. Show More Summary
Without a doubt, GOODFELLAS ranks up there as one of the best mobster flicks ever to hit the big screens. With its engaging story, gritty realism, and incredibly off-kilter -- characters, it manages to hold up as an entertaining classic of cinema. Show More Summary
Having secured financing, Martin Scorsese's latest may be losing one third of its holy triumvirate. Read more...
He was allegedly set to star alongside Robert De Niro and Al Pacino.
RT Features and Martin Scorsese and Emma Tillinger Koskoff have come aboard to finance Uncut Gems, the latest film from Josh and Bennie Safdie. RT Features and Elara Pictures will produce, with Sikelia's Scorsese and Tillinger Koskoff now executive producers. WME Global secured the financing and is reaping worldwide rights at the Cannes film market. Show More Summary
My favorite scene in Martin Scorsese's hit movie "Casino" is when Nicky (Joe Pesci) expounds on Ace's (Robert De Niro) uncanny knack for picking winners. Ace's secret to
Film lovers everywhere are rejoicing that Martin Scorsese is teaming up with Robert De Niro for what could be the last time. According to Deadline, a deal with STX Entertainment for the international rights to a film named ‘The Irishman’ that Scorsese is set to direct. Show More Summary
Robert De Niro, Al Pacino, and Joe Pesci will lead the crime epic.
EXCLUSIVE: Martin Scorsese’s mob picture The Irishman has landed at STX Entertainment in a huge deal for international rights that could be a recent record for Cannes. We’re hearing the deal could be worth as much as $50 million. The deal was struck very late Saturday night L.A. Show More Summary
(Gore) Taxi Driver is mostly told from the perspective of protagonist Travis Bickle. Fandor’s Jacob T. Swinney points out some of the ways that director Martin Scorsese showed the world through Travis’ eyes, whether literally or figuratively.
Margot Robbie rose to national prominence in Martin Scorsese’s The Wolf Of Wall Street, where she played the perfectly coiffed trophy wife to Leonardo DiCaprio’s charismatic stockbroker lizard man. Since then, she’s had a certain tendency...Show More Summary
“The Eyes of TAXI DRIVER” is a video essay, created by Jacob T. Swinney for Fandor Keyframe, that explores the cinematographic techniques used by director Martin Scorsese in his 1976 film Taxi Driver. What makes Taxi Driver so great? It’s been forty years since its breathtaking vision of urban violence and decay first caused a […]
Supercut master Jacob T. Swinney put together a video essay on subjectivity in Martin Scorsese’s classic 1976 film.
Paramount Pictures is in negotiations to sell the rights to director Martin Scorsese's next film, THE IRISHMAN, which would star Robert De Niro, Al Pacino, and Joe Pesci. Paramount is currently in a deal to sell the international distribution...Show More Summary
“The Godfather” and “Goodfellas” fans just got their wish granted. Martin Scorsese is reportedly planning a $100 million film about the alleged mob hit on teamster boss Jimmy Hoffa that would star Robert DeNiro, Al Pacino and Joe Pesci, according to Deadline.com. The deal may come together in time to sell international distribution rights at [...]Show More Summary
Al Pacino has never starred in a Martin Scorsese film, but could soon change if the Oscar-winning director’s star-studded crime epic The Irishman secures financing. Deadline reports that one of Scorsese’s many projects is the adaptation of Charles Brandt’s 2005 non-fiction novel, I Heard You Paint Houses. Show More Summary