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Apple Acquires Jake Gyllenhaal Graphic Novel Adaptation ‘Snow Blind’

Apple Studios has acquired the rights to adapt the thriller “Snow Blind,” a thriller based on a graphic novel of the same name that will star Jake Gyllenhaal, an individual with knowledge of the project told TheWrap.Gustav Möller (“The Guilty”) will direct the film based on the story by Ollie Masters and published by BOOM! Studios in 2017. Patrick Ness (“A Monster Calls,” “Chaos Walking”) is writing the screenplay.“Snow Blind” tells the story of a high school student in Alaska whose life is turn...
Tags: Apple, News, Entertainment, Fbi, Jake Gyllenhaal, Alaska, Leonardo Dicaprio, Will Smith, UTA, Martin Scorsese, Antoine Fuqua, Patrick Ness, Yuba County, BOOM Studios, Zack Van Amburg, Witness Protection Program


From Springsteen to Spielberg and ‘Sholay,’ 1975 Was a Year to Remember

The 1970s were a pivotal period in both American and global pop culture. It was the decade that witnessed the birth of the “American New Wave,” with helmers including Martin Scorsese and Francis Ford Coppola establishing a new filmmaking vernacular and making their indelible marks on cinematic history. In India, Bollywood was producing such wildly […]
Tags: Asia, Bruce Springsteen, Spielberg, Steven Spielberg, Jaws, Martin Scorsese, Francis Ford Coppola, Springsteen, Amitabh Bachchan, Sholay, India Bollywood


Martin Scorsese Directing a Documentary About New York Dolls Frontman David Johansen for Showtime

While we’ll have to wait a while before we see Martin Scorsese‘s Killers of the Flower Moon, a different new Scorsese movie is headed our way much sooner. Scorsese will direct a documentary for Showtime about David Johansen, lead singer of the New York Dolls. The doc will chronicle Johansen’s shifting career, from his childhood and beyond. David Johansen has had a big career, both as a singer and a sometimes actor (he’s the Ghost of Christmas Past in Scrooged). And now he’s the subject of a ...
Tags: Hbo, New York, Movies, Documentary, New York City, David, Bob Dylan, Showtime, Scorsese, Staten Island, Martin-Scorsese, East Village, David Johansen, Johansen, Buster Poindexter, New York Dolls


Martin Scorsese Co-Directing David Johansen Documentary for Showtime

Martin Scorsese has come on board to co-direct and executive produce a feature documentary profiling David Johansen, the frontman of the New York Dolls. The film will follow Johansen’s arrival in New York’s East Village in the late 1960s and the start of his musical career started in the 1970s as lead singer for the […]
Tags: New York, News, Showtime, Martin Scorsese, East Village, David Johansen, Johansen, Martin Scorsese Co


Martin Scorsese Directing Documentary About New York Dolls’ David Johansen

Martin Scorsese is directing a documentary about New York Dolls frontman David Johansen that will be released through Showtime. The film will be co-directed by David Tedeschi, and has Brian Grazer and Ron Howard as executive producers. More »
Tags: Music, News, Showtime, Ron Howard, Brian Grazer, Martin Scorsese, David Johansen, New York Dolls, David Tedeschi


Midsommar Director’s Cut Coming to Blu-ray!

BEGIN SLIDESHOW Midsommar Director’s Cut coming to Blu-ray! For fans a little disheartened that the director’s cut of Ari Aster’s haunting psychological thriller Midsommar only received a physical copy in the UK, we’ve got exciting news for you as A24 has unveiled a special new collector’s edition of the extended cut that is coming to Blu-ray and 4K UHD here in the states! The announcement tweet can be viewed below and you can pre-order your copy here! RELATED: Ari Aster Says His Next F...
Tags: Apple, UK, Movies, Sweden, US, Martin Scorsese, Blu, ComingSoon, Ari Aster, Vilhem Blomgren, Poulter Detroit William Jackson Harper, Ragnar Persson, Florence Pugh Black Widow


‘Emancipation’, Will Smith and Antoine Fuqua’s Slave Drama, Heads to Apple

Apple has scored a huge win, beating out Warner Bros. for Emancipation, an Antoine Fuqua-directed action film starring Will Smith as a runaway slave. It’s another high-profile project for Apple, who also have the Tom Hanks World War II drama Greyhound arriving this year, and recently swooped in to help save Martin Scorsese’s Killers of the Flower Moon. THR has the news about Apple winning the rights to Emancipation. The film kicked off a bidding war at the Cannes virtual market, and in the e...
Tags: Apple, Movies, Drama, America, Tom Hanks, Army, Bill Murray, John, Louisiana, Will-Smith, Warner Bros, Smith, Paramount, Cannes, Martin Scorsese, Peter


‘Midsommar’ Director’s Cut Coming to 4K Blu-ray in July

Ari Aster‘s Midsommar was already long to begin with, but the director’s cut clocks in at a whopping 171 minutes. While the director’s cut was previously screened in select theaters and has been available to purchase digitally, it hasn’t been made available on Blu-ray in the U.S. – until now. A24 is releasing a special edition Midsommar director’s cut on 4K in July, complete with new artwork and a written foreword by none other than Martin Scorsese. I’m a big fan of Ari Aster’s Midsommar. I...
Tags: Movies, Sweden, Horror, Scorsese, Florence, A24, Martin Scorsese, Blu, DVD/Blu-Ray, Florence Pugh, Midsommar, Ari Aster, Ragnar Persson


One Thing Martin Scorsese And Quentin Tarantino Have In Common When Making A Movie

Aspiring filmmakers, start taking notes.
Tags: Religion, Quentin Tarantino, Martin Scorsese


New on Blu-ray and Digital: ‘Columbia Classics Collection’, ‘Gladiator’ 4K, ‘Braveheart’ 4K

In the words of the Mama Mia! sequel: here we go again. It’s time for another Blu-ray round-up, and this week’s titles are what I’d call “specialty titles.” None of these are new movies – but they’re all new releases. These are the new Blu-ray releases (and digital releases, too) you should check out this week. Columbia Classics Collection The Columbia Classics Collection is a jaw-dropping new box set that has an odd assortment of films, all of which are in 4K, and all of which are wort...
Tags: Amazon, Bruce Springsteen, Movies, Washington, India, Features, Dreamworks, Madonna, Russell Crowe, Kubrick, Mel Gibson, Mia, Tom Cruise, Smith, Ridley Scott, Ben Kingsley


Now Stream This: ‘Knives Out’, ‘Shirley’, ‘Da 5 Bloods’, ‘Crawl’, ‘Casino’, ‘In Fabric’, and More

(Welcome to Now Stream This, a column dedicated to the best movies streaming on Netflix, Amazon, Hulu, and every other streaming service out there.) Knives Out Now Streaming on Amazon Prime Video Release Date: 2019 Genre: Mystery Director: Rian Johnson Cast: Daniel Craig, Chris Evans, Ana de Armas, Jamie Lee Curtis, Michael Shannon, Don Johnson, Toni Collette, Lakeith Stanfield, Katherine Langford, Jaeden Martell, Christopher Plummer Rian Johnson‘s wildly entertaining whodunit Knives Ou...
Tags: Amazon, Movies, Features, Netflix, Robert De Niro, Aubrey Plaza, Daniel Craig, Chucky, Spike Lee, Scorsese, Shirley, Vietnam, Hulu, Clemency, Chris Evans, Mark Hamill


The Best TV Shows & Movies Coming to HBO Max in July 2020

There’s been lots of confusion about HBO Max thus far – confusion about its name, what exactly will be on the streaming service, which specific group of subscribers get it, and more. But after about a month of existence, one thing about HBO Max has become very clear: its movie selection is pretty damn great. As with every other major streaming service, films and TV shows will rotate in and out of availability, and the company has revealed what will be arriving on the service next month. Here ar...
Tags: Hbo, London, Movies, Boston, Amy Schumer, America, Los Angeles, Spain, Tom Hanks, Munich, Brooklyn, United States, Leonardo Dicaprio, Justice League, Harley Quinn, Gotham City


New to Stream: The Criterion Channel’s July 2020 Lineup

New to Stream: The Criterion Channel’s July 2020 Lineup The Criterion Channel, a streaming service from the niche home video distributor for film aficionados, has unveiled its lineup of programming for the month of July, which will include and Auto Focused double featuring with the Steve McQueen-starring classic Bullitt and ensemble sports drama Grand Prix, along with a large roster of contemporary and classic films! RELATED: BritBox Unveils What’s Coming to the Streamer in July 2020 Wedn...
Tags: Movies, Movie News, Streaming, The Criterion Channel


RAI Cinema Unveils New Slate, Mixing Italian Venice Hopefuls With U.S. Pics, Notably ‘Killers of the Flower Moon’

Top Italian film outfit RAI Cinema on Wednesday sounded an upbeat post-pandemic note as it unveiled a slate of 20 upcoming titles to exhibitors and press, comprising new works by prominent Italian directors such as Nanni Moretti, Gianfranco Rosi, and Susanna Nicchiarelli alongside their U.S. acquisitions — most notably Martin Scorsese’s “Killers of the Flower […]
Tags: Martin Scorsese, Rai Cinema, Susanna Nicchiarelli, Nanni Moretti Gianfranco Rosi


MGM Roaring Back Under Michael De Luca With High-Profile Projects From Ryan Gosling, Lady Gaga

Paramount was worried.   The budget for “Killers of the Flower Moon,” a historical epic about a conspiracy to steal oil rights from Osage Native Americans, had ballooned to $200 million. The film was set to star Leonardo DiCaprio and Robert De Niro and was to be directed by Martin Scorsese, but period pieces, even […]
Tags: News, Leonardo Dicaprio, Robert De Niro, MGM, Martin Scorsese, Michael De Luca, Ryan Gosling Lady Gaga


Steve Bing, film producer and Democratic donor, dies at 55

Real estate heir gave millions to Democrats and was father of Elizabeth Hurley’s sonThe film producer and financier, real estate heir and Democratic political donor Steve Bing has died aged 55. The Los Angeles County coroner said it was suicide.Bing produced the 2000 Sylvester Stallone film Get Carter and was a major investor in the 2004 Tom Hanks animated film The Polar Express. He co-wrote the 2003 comedy Kangaroo Jack, which was savaged by critics but made nearly $90m at the box office. He wa...
Tags: Film, World news, US news, Tom Hanks, Mick Jagger, Sylvester Stallone, Bing, Martin Scorsese, Carter, Los Angeles County, Jerry Lee Lewis, Elizabeth Hurley, Steve Bing


Goodfellas recut as a 90s sitcom

Even with the laugh track added to Goodfellas, Joe Pesci is still as scary as hell.
Tags: Video, News, Goodfellas, Martin Scorsese, Remixes, Sitcom, Goodfellas Joe Pesci


Goodfella's recut as a 90s sitcom

Even with the laugh track added to Goodfellas, Joe Pesci is still as scary as hell.
Tags: Video, News, Goodfellas, Martin Scorsese, Remixes, Sitcom, Goodfellas Joe Pesci


Producer and philanthropist Steve Bing dies in L.A. at age 55

LOS ANGELES — Movie producer Steve Bing died by suicide Monday afternoon in Century City. Bing, 55, jumped from the 27th floor of his luxury apartment building, TMZ reported. The Los Angeles Police Department said it conducted a death investigation about 1 p.m. in the 10000 block of Santa Monica Boulevard, on the border with Beverly Hills, but could not confirm the name of the deceased. The coroner’s office could not immediately be reached for more information. Bing inherited about $600 million ...
Tags: Politics, Movies, News, Suicide, Los Angeles, Sport, Soccer, Bill Gates, Bill Clinton, Beverly Hills, Philanthropy, Bing, Martin Scorsese, Los Angeles Police Department, KASBAH, Santa Monica Boulevard


‘The Card Counter’ First Look: Oscar Isaac Looks Tense in the New Film From Paul Schrader

The Card Counter, the latest film from director Paul Schrader, had to shut down production to the coronavirus. But the film is reportedly 90% done, and Schrader plans to film the rest when production resumes in July. In addition to this news comes a Card Counter first look that reveals star Oscar Isaac, looking appropriately tense while clutching a gun. Above you can see the first official look at Oscar Isaac in The Card Counter, Paul Schrader’s follow-up to First Reformed. The film was in ...
Tags: Images, Movies, Drama, Oscar Isaac, Martin Scorsese, Isaac, Paul-Schrader, Tye Sheridan, Schrader, The Card Counter, Cirk, Oscar Isaac Looks Tense, Willem Dafoe Schrader, Cirk Sheridan, Dafoe Tell, La Linda Haddish Tell


The Card Counter: Oscar Isaac-Led Film Resuming Production in July 

BEGIN SLIDESHOW The Card Counter: Oscar Isaac-led film resuming production in July Two months after filming was temporarily shut down on director Paul Schrader’s forthcoming revenge thriller The Card Counter, Deadline is bringing word that the Oscar Isaac-led film will finally be resuming its production early next month in Mississippi. In addition, a first-look image featuring Isaac’s character William Tell from the film has also been released which you can check out below! This confirma...
Tags: Movies, Mississippi, Star, Ethan Hawke, Pope, Las Vegas, Oscar Isaac, Martin Scorsese, Golden Globe, Isaac, William Tell, Lauren Mann, Paul Schrader, Sag, Willem Dafoe, Movie News


The Quarantine Stream: ‘Cape Fear’ is a Fascinating Outlier in Martin Scorsese’s Filmography

(Welcome to The Quarantine Stream, a new series where the /Film team shares what they’ve been watching while social distancing during the COVID-19 pandemic.) The Movie: Cape Fear Where You Can Stream It: Netflix The Pitch: Once upon a time, Martin Scorsese was developing a film called Schindler’s List and Steven Spielberg was working on a remake of the 1962 thriller Cape Fear. At one point, the two filmmakers decided to swap projects – Schindler’s List was a project that truly spoke to Spielber...
Tags: Movies, Features, Robert De Niro, Scorsese, Spielberg, Steven Spielberg, Nick Nolte, Martin Scorsese, Schindler, De Niro, Nolte, Sideshow Bob, Cape Fear, Max Cady, Cady, Featured Stories Sidebar


New on Blu-ray and Digital: ‘Jaws’ 4K, ‘Portrait of a Lady on Fire’, ‘Scorsese Shorts’, ‘The Invisible Man’, ‘Creepshow’

Gather round, children, and I shall tell you a tale. A tale of the wonderful world of home media! These are the new Blu-ray releases (and digital releases, too) you should check out this week, and beyond. Jaws 4K I don’t need to tell you how good Jaws is, do I? I mean…come on. It’s a classic for a reason. Steven Spielberg invented the summer blockbuster, and proved he was the real-deal, with this 1975 film about a big fish with a big appetite. Employing thrilling filmmaking and great ch...
Tags: New York, Movies, Stephen King, Features, Scorsese, Quentin Tarantino, Leigh Whannell, Hulu, George Romero, John Williams, Steven Spielberg, Public Radio, Elisabeth Moss, New England, Jaws, Murray


Quibi insiders describe the intense feedback the mobile-video startup gives show creators: 'There are notes and then there are Quibi notes'

Quibi execs are heavily involved in the startup's productions, in contrast to the more hands-off approach taken by other digital-video platforms like Snapchat Discover, Facebook Watch, and even Netflix.  Business Insider spoke with 10 people who had developed or worked on shows for Quibi to learn how the mobile-video startup approaches productions. "There are notes and then there are Quibi notes," one development exec working with a Quibi partner said. If you have a tip about Quibi, contact th...
Tags: Hollywood, Shonda Rhimes, Trends, Netflix, Spielberg, Steven Spielberg, Martin Scorsese, Variety, Michael Schneider, Facebook Watch, Quibi, Becky Brooks, Netflix Snapchat Discover


'There are notes and then there are Quibi notes': Insiders describe the intense feedback the mobile-video startup gives show creators

Quibi execs are heavily involved in the startup's productions, in contrast to the more hands-off approach taken by other digital-video platforms like Snapchat Discover, Facebook Watch, and even Netflix.  Business Insider spoke with 10 people who had developed or worked on shows for Quibi to learn how the mobile-video startup approaches productions. "There are notes and then there are Quibi notes," one development working with a Quibi partner said. If you have a tip about Quibi, contact the aut...
Tags: Hollywood, Shonda Rhimes, Trends, Netflix, Spielberg, Steven Spielberg, Martin Scorsese, Variety, Michael Schneider, Facebook Watch, Quibi, Becky Brooks


The Quarantine Stream: ‘Italianamerican’ Invites You to Spend Some Quality Time With the Scorsese Family

(Welcome to The Quarantine Stream, a new series where the /Film team shares what they’ve been watching while social distancing during the COVID-19 pandemic.) The Movie: Italianamerican Where You Can Stream It: The Criterion Channel The Pitch: In 1974, Martin Scorsese sat down with his parents, Catherine and Charles, and encouraged them to talk about their experiences as Italian immigrants in New York City. Why It’s Essential Quarantine Viewing: We could all use a little comfort food right now, ...
Tags: New York, Movies, New York City, America, Features, Italy, Philadelphia, Scorsese, Charles, Catherine, Martin-Scorsese, South Philadelphia, Vito Corleone, Joe Pesci, Netflix/Streaming Video, Featured Stories Sidebar


Now Stream This: ‘Uncut Gems’, ‘The Terminator’, ‘Den of Thieves’, ‘Fantastic Mr. Fox’, ‘Police Story’, and More

(Welcome to Now Stream This, a column dedicated to the best movies streaming on Netflix, Amazon, Hulu, and every other streaming service out there.) Uncut Gems Now Streaming on Netflix Release Date: 2019 Genre: 135-minute panic attack Director: Josh and Benny Safdie, Cast: Adam Sandler, Julia Fox, Idina Menzel, Lakeith Stanfield, Kevin Garnett, Eric Bogosian You might not be in the mood to watch Adam Sandler grow more and more unhinged for over two hours right now, and that’s understand...
Tags: Amazon, New York, Movies, White House, Features, Fox, Dave, United States, Wes Anderson, Elton John, Robert De Niro, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Scorsese, Sigourney Weaver, Jackie Chan, Elijah Wood


Netflix's The Irishman Was Even More Expensive Than We Thought

Turns out Martin Scorsese's movie was even more expensive than we thought.
Tags: Religion, Netflix, Martin Scorsese