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His upcoming film The Irishman, starring Jesse Plemons, Robert De Niro and Al Pacino, is expected to be released on Netflix in 2019.
Leonardo DiCaprio, Martin Scorsese to reunite in big-screen adaptation of Killers of the Flower Moon
Eric Roth is penning the script for the film, which is the feature adaptation of David Grann's book of the same name
This will be the first time DeNiro and DiCaprio will be seen together in a Martin Scorsese film
The film tells the story of mafia hitman Frank Sheera (De Niro), who was rumored to be involved with the assassinations of John F. Kennedy and Jimmy Hoffa (Pacino), an American labor leader
Filmmaker mode is meant to give viewers a consistent, cinematic representation of images in the form that the filmmakers intended
The film is an adaptation of Charles Brandt's 2003 book, I Heard You Paint Houses
The storyline is adapted from Charles Brandt’s novel, I Heard You Paint Houses
"I mean that's like saying Bugs Bunny ain't funny. Films are films. Everybody doesn't like his stuff either. I mean, we happen to, but everybody doesn't," Jackson said
Netflix plans to install modern screening equipment at the theatre and Scorsese’s drama will follow a standard Broadway schedule
“I appreciate his opinion because I think, it’s like anything, we need all of the different perspectives so we can come to centre and move on,” the actor said
Marvel fans across the world were taken aback by Martin Scorsese’s recent comments on the superhero movies
Scorsese and Coppola had previously called Marvel movies "theme parks" and "despicable"
Martin Scorsese elaborates on MCU remarks: No revelation, mystery or genuine emotional danger in these films
Scorsese clarified on the controversy over his earlier remarks about superhero films, referring to them as "theme park experience" and "not cinema"
The Russo brothers, who have worked on four Marvel Cinematic Universe movies as directors, weighed in on Scorsese's comments that superhero films were "theme park experience" and "not cinema"
This gangland saga is Scorsese’s most sinful and oxymoronically the most peaceful one too
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