Based on the true story of the notorious Lucchese crime family and their associate, Henry Hill, Martin Scorsese's 'Goodfellas' follows the blue-collar Hill (Ray Liotta) as he tries to work his way up the ranks of the Italian-American mob in his New York neighborhood. Featuring a cast that includes Robert De Niro and several future stars of 'The Sopranos,' the film hit theaters in 1990 and received rave reviews for its depiction of organized crime. Twenty-three years later, we revisit the cast of the film and see what they're up to now.
Although he's been busy putting the finishing touches on 'The Wolf of Wall Street' for its upcoming Christmas release, Martin Scorsese still managed to find time to throw together this charming short film for fashion house Dolce and Gabbana. The black and white short, which stars Matthew McConaughey and Scarlett Johansson, promotes the brand's The One fragrance line, but if anything, it just makes us want to see Scarlett Johansson in a Scorsese film.
It's official: Martin Scorsese's 'The Wolf of Wall Street' will be hitting theaters for Christmas, and a new trailer has been readied to get us hyped for one of our most anticipated films of the season. Though it doesn't feature Leonardo DiCaprio dancing (like the last one), it's still pretty sweet.
As highly anticipated as Martin Scorsese's 'The Wolf of Wall Street' is, the film has hit a bit of a snag, as Paramount isn't confident it'll be ready for its original November 15 release. Reports suggest the film might get pushed into 2014, leaving it out of this year's Oscar race, but some new information could mean it might make it to theaters in time for Christmas.
A New York stockbroker refuses to cooperate in a large securities fraud case involving corruption on Wall Street, corporate banking world and mob infiltration.
While we were saddened to see Bobby Cannavale depart HBO's 'Boardwalk Empire' last year, the former Gyp Rosetti may not have gone very far. New reports claim that Cannavale has won the leading role in a long-gestating music drama pilot created for HBO by Martin Scorsese, Mick Jagger himself, and 'Boardwalk Empire' creator Terence Winter.
The developmental process in Hollywood can be slow and arduous, something Martin Scorsese is well aware of. 'Gangs of New York' was a film he wanted to make in 1979, but it took twenty-three years to finally get it to the big screen. It seems that he's going through a similar struggle to adapt 'Silence,' based on the novel by Shusaku Endo, as he has been attached to it since 1991. But now there's light at the end of this tunnel.
Get your bricks, bats, axes and knives, folks. The Dead Rabbits and Bill the Butcher of Martin Scorsese's epic 'Gangs of New York' will soon come to blows on your TV. Miramax has announced that the world-renowned and Academy Award-winning director Martin Scorsese will spearhead an adaptation of his 2002 film for an ongoing TV series, with no network as yet attached. The series is sure to start a bidding frenzy, so get the scoop on Martin Scorsese's 'Gangs of New York' TV series inside!