Writer-director Darren Aronfosky's mother! was quite possibly the most controversial horror movie of this year. Hell, it might be the most controversial of the last 10 years. In fact, we have heard the likes of Martin Scorsese, Paramount...Show More Summary
By Jacob Oller Scorsese’s boxing epic owes it all to the edit. irector Martin Scorsese has worked with editor Thelma Schoonmaker for four decades, resulting in editing Oscar wins for three of their movies: The Departed, The Aviator, and, the one that cemented the pair’s working relationship, Raging Bull. Show More Summary
In this Special Edition of Picks, Jacob celebrates the New Hollywood master's 75th birthday. Read more...
The legendary filmmaker is celebrating the big 7-5 today.
The long road to release for Martin Scorsese‘s The Irishman just became a little more rocky, with Netflix remaining silent on whether the legendary director’s ambitious mob movie will get a theatrical run. Scorsese’s costly film hasShow More Summary
Netflix has not decided if it will give director Martin Scorsese's much-anticipated drama The Irishman a proper theatrical release.
If you were hoping to snag a screening for Martin Scorsese’s latest endeavor, The Irishman, in one of those comfy leather recliners at your local AMC, you may not have the chance. Well, maybe. Netflix head of film publicity Julie Fontaine recently told Variety “It’s premature to say anything at this point.” This is in […]
Tony Gonzalez is putting Hollywood's A-List directors on notice -- telling TMZ Sports that guys like Steven Spielberg and Martin Scorsese ?need to get him in the game!! FYI, the NFL legend's been dabbling in acting for a few years…
In my Top 10 list of favorite movies is “Casino,” released in 1995 by director Martin Scorsese. One of the reasons I like it is the stars played the roles of real people and the scriptwriters adhered as much as could to the real story. Robert De Niro is the main character as Sam “Ace”... Continue Reading
Just as actors become typecast after their first big hit, so do directors. Mention Martin Scorsese or David Lynch or Steven Spielberg, and you know what kind of movie to expect. But also like actors, directors want to experiment, to stretch their abilities beyond what is expected of them. Show More Summary
The 2013 film The Wolf of Wall Street was based on a memoir by stockbroker Jordan Belfort. But it was a comedy. And it worked. Starring Leonardo DiCaprio, Matthew McConaughey, and Margot Robbie, it became Martin Scorsese's highest-grossing film ever. See 15 illustrated facts about The Wolf of Wall Street at TVOM.
NYC actors, pay attention! Stay in the loop and be sure to check back every week for projects currently filming in the city you call home. Here’s the 411 on what’s filming (big and small) around the island. CBS is seeking background actors for their upcoming crime show, “Instinct,” starring the inimitable Alan Cumming. Show More Summary
By Chris Coffel Nicolas Cage and Martin Scorsese join forces to deliver the highly underrated Bringing Out the Dead. The article The Tao of Nicolas Cage: Call 9-1-1! Cage is ‘Bringing Out the Dead’ appeared first on Film School Reje...
Al Pacino and Robert De Niro reunite on the set of Martin Scorsese's The Irishman.
It was a bleak Summer for Hollywood, one where box office numbers were down, audience attendance plummeted and even the biggest films of the season struggled to meet lofty expectations. As you can imagine, this has sent a few executives...
Richard Brody writes about a recent essay by Martin Scorsese in The Hollywood Reporter and about the state of filmmaking and film criticism today.
The animosity between the film industry and internet “aggregators” has been simmering since the summer, but it’s just kicked up a notch with the introduction of legendary director Martin Scorsese into the fray. Scorsese penned an excoriating...Show More Summary
The awfulness of Rotten Tomatoes and Cinemascore. (But he does give a defense of mother!, so there's that.)
Rotten Tomatoes is the go-to site for movie fans who need help choosing what film to see next. But the scores on the movie review site, known as Tomatometer ratings, aren’t necessarily useful or indicative of a movie’s box office performance. And who better than highly acclaimed movie maker Martin Scorsese to review Rotten Tomatoes. Show More Summary
The recent F Cinemascore grade bestowed upon Darren Aronofsky's "mother!" made headlines last month, and now, that story has ruffled the feathers of one of Hollywood's most famous filmmakers. In an essay for The Hollywood Reporter, Martin...Show More Summary