The Joker origin movie from producer Martin Scorsese is set to begin production in just a few short months if the latest report is to be believed.
By John DiLillo 'The Caesars' is a passion project for the 'Goodfellas' director. The article Martin Scorsese is Working on a Julius Caesar TV Series appeared first on Film School Rejects.
By Madison Brek No other director can pull off the technique quite like he can. The article How Martin Scorsese Perfected the Voice-Over appeared first on Film School Rejects.
King Marty is taking us on a field trip to the Coliseum. Read more...
According to a report from The Guardian, Martin Scorsese is so totally obsessed with the history of Rome that he’s teaming up with screenwriter Michael Hirst for The Caesars, a TV drama about the history of ancient Rome. Hirst is already a veritable expert in historical TV dramas as the creator of Showtime’s The… Read more...
Martin Scorsese is returning to the small screen. The legendary director is not shying away from testing new cinematic mediums, juggling projects released through both streaming websites and the regular old studio system. His pastShow More Summary
All those $10 a month subscriptions add up, and Netflix is going to need a lot of them to foot the bill for Martin Scorsese's The Irishman.
Martin Scorsese is going to milk Netflix for all they’re worth. The filmmaker is currently shooting the highly anticipated crime pic The Irishman for the streaming giant, and reports indicate Scorsese’s budget is steadily increasing....Show More Summary
Blue Fox Entertainment has acquired world rights on French-language drama, The Elephant And The Butterfly (Drôle De Père). Directed by Belgian filmmaker Amélie Van Elmbt and executive produced by Martin Scorsese, it’s set for a U.S. release via Blue Fox in summer 2018. Show More Summary
The budget for Martin Scorsese's upcoming Netflix mob film "The Irishman" is reportedly in the range of $140 million and growing, according to Deadline. The production costs have reportedly ballooned over the film's use of special effects...Show More Summary
EXCLUSIVE: STX Entertainment will distribute Martin Scorsese’s and Netflix’s The Irishman after all. In China, along with Media Asia. The agreement came as part of a negotiated deal that happened months ago with Netflix after a brouhaha...Show More Summary
We set out to name the most famous movie in every state — a challenging and subjective endeavor. Some states were more obvious than others. While there's no place like Kansas, New York has inspired directors from Martin Scorsese to Rob...Show More Summary
Click now to find out who Scorsese and Todd Phillips are in talks with to hopefully be the NEW JOKER! Read the full article on AICN Hola Dannie aqui, Today the news broke that Martin Scorsese and Todd Phillips are in talks with Joaquin...Show More Summary
The Hangover director Todd Phillips and legendary film producer Martin Scorsese are an unlikely pair still making an unlikely project: a Joker origin movie. And with that unlikely idea comes an unlikely casting fantasy in actor Joaquin...Show More Summary
In a stand-alone movie produced by Martin Scorsese. Read more...
Way back in September of last year we brought you guys the killer news that Leonardo DiCaprio was in talks to play THE JOKER in the upcoming standalone film from producer Martin Scorsese. Well, today it seems that Joaquin Phoenix (might)...Show More Summary
Welcome to The Water Cooler, a feature where the /Film staff is free to go off-topic and talk about everything except the movies and TV shows they normally write about. In this edition: Chris Evangelista starts the Martin Scorsese MasterClass,...Show More Summary
Margot Robbie, take a bow. Landing her big break as Naomi LaPaglia opposite Leonardo DiCaprio in Martin Scorsese’s The Wolf of Wall Street (2014), Robbie has well and truly arrived with I, Tonya. Here, she stars not as a secondary character but rather as the driving force in a film about a whole lot more […]
Richard Brody writes about a two-week series that includes the electrifying Allan Dwan film “Driftwood,” starring a nine-year-old Natalie Wood.
For the made men: GoodFellasIf you haven’t seen the greatest movie of the 1990s yet, I’m not sure what else to tell you. Martin Scorsese at the top of his game? Three hours of swooping-camera, freeze-frame voice-over, escalating-tension filmmaking bliss? A mob meltdown with massive consequences that somehow makes time ... More »