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Kathrine Narducci Cast In Martin Scorsese’s Crime Drama ‘The Irishman’

EXCLUSIVE: The Sopranos actress Kathrine Narducci is set to appear in the Netflix, Martin Scorsese-directed crime drama The Irishman. Based on the Charles Brandt’s novel I Heard You Paint Houses, the project, which has long been embroiled...Show More Summary

What's Casting: Martin Scorsese’s ‘The Irishman’ Is Seeking Male + Female Background Actors

If you’ve ever wanted the chance to be in a Scorsese film, the time is now! Martin Scorsese’s film “The Irishman” is in need of background actors for the duration of the production. Actors who can portray Italian, Italian-American, and Irish men and women of all ages for the entirety of shooting. Show More Summary

Jim Jarmusch Is Why Martin Scorsese Is Shooting New Gangster Movie In Paterson, New Jersey

After many years in development, Martin Scorsese is working on The Irishman, a star-studded adaptation of I Heard You Paint Houses, Charles Brandt's non-fiction book about Frank "The Irishman" Sheeran. [ more › ]

Stephen Graham Will Portray Mob Boss Tony Provenzano In ‘The Irishman’

EXCLUSIVE: Stephen Graham has been set to play a key role of Genovese mob cappo Tony “Pro” Provenzano in the Netflix, Martin Scorsese film The Irishman about the disappearance of union leader Jimmy Hoffa. Graham can most recently beShow More Summary

Frank Vincent, Goodfellas and Sopranos Star, Passes Away at 78

Frank Vincent, who often worked with director Martin Scorsese, succumbed to complications from heart surgery.

Martin Scorsese’s ‘The Irishman’ Adds Domenick Lombardozzi & More

EXCLUSIVE: Domenick Lombardozzi has been cast in Martin Scorsese's Netflix film The Irishman, along with Jeremy Luke and Joseph Russo. They guys are joining a nifty ensemble that includes Robert De Niro, Al Pacino, Joe Pesci, HarveyShow More Summary

Frank Vincent, Goodfellas and Sopranos Character Actor, Dies at 78

Frank Vincent, the 78-year-old character actor best known for playing mob types on The Sopranos and in multiple Martin Scorsese movies, died Wednesday during open-heart surgery, TMZ reports. In Scorsese’s Goodfellas, Vincent famously played the made mobster Billy Batts, who antagonized Joe Pesci with the memorable line, “Go home and ... More »

‘Sopranos’ Star Frank Vincent Dead At 78 After Heart Surgery Complications

Tough-guy character actor Frank Vincent, who was a mainstay in some of Martin Scorsese’s most critically-acclaimed films such as Raging Bull, Goodfellas and Casino, died today from complications of open heart surgery. He was 78. The actor, who also had a prominent role on the final two seasons of The Soprano’s, suffered from emphysema and Read More

'Goodfellas' and 'The Sopranos' star Frank Vincent has died at 78

Legendary character actor Frank Vincent has died at 78, according to TMZ. Known best for playing the villain in some of Martin Scorsese's most memorable movies, including "Raging Bull," "Goodfellas," and Casino," Vincent also playedShow More Summary

Frank Vincent of 'The Sopranos,' Scorsese films dead at 78

Critically lauded actor Frank Vincent, who had a key role on "The Sopranos" and appeared in a number of Martin Scorsese films, has died at age 78. Read more...

Frank Vincent Dead at 78 From Heart Surgery Complications

Frank Vincent -- veteran actor known for his roles on "The Sopranos" and several Martin Scorsese films -- died in a New Jersey hospital Wednesday... TMZ has learned. We're told Vincent suffered a heart attack last week, and underwent open heart…

Boardwalk Empire's Jack Huston joins Martin Scorsese's The Irishman

According to Deadline, Jack Huston has joined the cast of Martin Scorsese’s new Netflix mob movie The Irishman. That makes this a Boardwalk Empire reunion of sorts, as Huston played Richard Harrow on that series and Scorsese was one of its executive producers, but The Irishman is also just a big excuse for everybody… Read more...

Oscar-Winning Leonardo DiCaprio Wants To Play…Stan Lee?

A couple weeks back, it was revealed that Warner Bros. wanted to utilize Martin Scorsese’s potential producer role in the upcoming Joker origin film to cast Oscar-winning Leonardo DiCaprio in the lead role. Leo as the Joker sounded promising enough, but when all said and done, DiCaprio usually isn’t one for franchise films, and with […]

Earn Up to $3,000 for a Commercial Gig + 4 More Projects

You read that correctly: a commercial project is casting talent and could pay up to $3,000! We also have a reading for an upcoming television pilot, background gigs in the new Martin Scorsese feature, and more casting opportunities you...Show More Summary

Does everybody love seeing Ray Romano get serious? He hopes so

Ray Romano was headed to New York. He had hair and makeup tests for a role as a mob lawyer in the upcoming Martin Scorsese film “The Irishman.” And, yeah, the thought of being in a movie that boasts legendary, Oscar-winning actors Al Pacino, Robert De Niro and Joe Pesci had him more than a little...

What Leonardo DiCaprio Looks Like as Scorsese's Joker

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Artists BossLogic imagines what Leonardo DiCaprio will look like as The Joker in the Martin Scorsese produced origin movie.

Leonardo DiCaprio Is Hopefully Going to Be the Next Joker

Warner Bros. is apparently incredibly ambitious in its planning around an upcoming Joker film. The movie, which is to center around the origin story of Batman’s archrival, welcomes the expertise of the legendary Martin Scorsese, who will reportedly be brought on as a producer. There may be a deeper ploy here in terms of welcoming […]

The Punisher Goes to the Moon for the Director of ‘La La Land’

Over the past few years, actor Jon Bernthal has worked with one impressive list of filmmakers: Martin Scorsese, Denis Villeneuve, Edgar Wright, Steve McQueen, and more. The actor recently wrapped shooting McQueen’s heist film, Widows, and he’ll soon work with another Oscar-winning director, Damien Chazelle (La La Land), on First Man. Show More Summary

Who Should Play the Joker? Leonardo DiCaprio, Say Warner Bros.

The Oscar winner is reportedly being eyed for Martin Scorsese's adaptation of the classic villain.

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