A full 25 years after its 1990 release, the ‘GoodFellas’ cast will be together once again– and for a great reason!
The GoodFellas are getting back together, you guys– yup, all of ’em! On apr. 25 at the 2015 Tribeca Film Festival, the iconic cast of what might be Martin Scorsese‘s most famous flick will join one another for a seriously epic reunion! We’ve got all the deets!
The hit movie, which starred Leonardo DiCaprio, is being developed into a TV series named ‘Ashecliffe,’ with Martin Scorsese directing the pilot episode, HollywoodLife.com’s sister site Deadline reports.
The latest face of a Martin Scorsese film recreated a scene from the iconic 1976 movie.
In preparation for his latest film, Hugo, Martin Scorsese celebrates some of his most famed films and creates a portfolio recasting scenes in this month’s Harper’s Bazaar. Chloe Moretz serves as from the 1976 film Taxi Driver — and she looks just like Jodie Foster!
Martin Scorsese’s upcoming adventure film starring Asa Butterfield is a train ride you won’t want to miss!
You’ve been thrilling in some of the best movies ever — enough said!
Al Pacino is a beast in the acting world. From his iconic role as Michael Corleone in the Godfather films to his Oscar-winning turn in Scent of a Woman, he has thrilled audiences with his bombast and cadence in high-energy monologues. His next big project is rumored to be The Irishman, costarring Robert De Niro and Joe Pesci and directed by Martin Scorsese.
Our special correspondent Flora Collins has her answer, at least — and there’s more than one surprise in her list.
2010 was a fantastic year for film — and with so much choice, we asked Flora Collins to narrow it down to five for us. Here’s how she, at least, pared it down.
The Inception star tells HollywoodLife.com that he’s ready to go behind the camera and is just waiting for the perfect project!
Leonardo DiCaprio has done it all since launching his career in 1990 — the Golden Globe winner has acted in both movies and TV as well as played producer – but now he’s ready for something new: directing feature films!
Even though it was released later than anticipated, Leonardo DiCaprio and Martin Scorsese’s thriller Shutter Island made $40M opening weekend, becoming their biggest collaboration of all time!
Leonardo DiCaprio and Martin Scorsese‘s psychological and paranormal thriller Shutter Island wasn’t released when planned in 2009, but execs say the delay gave the film enough time to be promoted, which is in part why it grossed $40-million opening weekend…Scorsese’s best yet! “The delay only helped the movie with more time for the trailer to play and the ability to use the Super Bowl and Olympics to finish the campaign,” a studio executive explained to Nikki Fike‘s Deadline Hollywood. Read more
Leonardo opens up about fame, his films, and why he adores his director Martin Scorsese.
And even though Leo has starred in Scorsese’s past three films: The Aviator, The Departed, and Gangs Of New York, the actor tells Parade.com that Shutter Island, which hits theaters on Feb. 19, “is one of the most intense, hardcore filming experiences I’ve ever had.”
Leo confesses that while researching his role for U.S. Marshall Teddy Daniels, “we explored what the mentally ill had to face in the days when mental hospitals were called insane asylums. It was really very traumatic, and I don’t say that about a film very often. I went to places and unearthed some things that I didn’t think I was capable of. It was like an emotional layer cake that just kept getting deeper and deeper.” Read more
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