Martin Scorsese

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Martin Scorsese

American film director, screenwriter, producer, actor, and film historianadd

Category: Movies & TV

Born in 1942.

Countries: United States (61%), United Kingdom (10%), (7%)

Main connections: Robert De Niro, The Aviator (2004 film), Leonardo DiCaprio

Linked to: New York University, Cardinal Hayes High School, Tisch School of the Arts, Cinecitta




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Martin Scorsese was born in 1942 add something


David O. Selznick - The film was the second highest grossing film of 1947 and turned out to be the first movie that Martin Scorsese would see, inspiring Scorsese's director's career


Martin Balsam - Along with Gregory Peck and Robert Mitchum, Martin Balsam appeared in both the original "Cape Fear" , and the 1991 Martin Scorsese remake

Martin Scorsese died in 1966 add something


CP Lee - His other works include books about Bob Dylan, one of which, "Like The Night ", focuses on the shout of 'Judas' aimed at Dylan at his Manchester Free Trade Hall performance in 1966, which was the climax of Martin Scorsese's documentary of Dylan, "No Direction Home"


Also in 1967, Scorsese made his first feature-length film, the black and white I Call First, which was later retitled Who's That Knocking at My Door with his fellow students actor Harvey Keitel and editor Thelma Schoonmaker, both of whom were to become long-term collaborators. add something


It covered the silent era to 1969, a year after which Scorsese began his feature career, stating "I wouldn't feel right commenting on myself or my contemporaries. add something


After being introduced to him in the early 1970s, Scorsese cast De Niro in his 1973 film Mean Streets. add something


Lionel Stander - Stander's few English-language films in the 1970s include "The Gang That Couldn't Shoot Straight" with Robert De Niro and Jerry Orbach, Steven Spielberg's "1941", and Martin Scorsese's "New York, New York" with Liza Minnelli and De Niro


Oliver Stone - Stone graduated from film school at New York University (where he was mentored by director Martin_Scorsese) in 1971.


In 1972 Scorsese made the Depression-era exploiter Boxcar Bertha for B-movie producer Roger Corman, who had helped directors such as Francis Ford Coppola, James Cameron, and John Sayles launch their careers. add something


Bernie Casey - Also, during his career he worked with such well-known directors as Martin Scorsese in his 1972 film "Boxcar Bertha" and appeared on such television series as "The Streets of San Francisco" and as U.N. Jefferson, the national head of the Lambda Lambda Lambda fraternity in "Revenge of the Nerds"


Gib Guilbeau - In 1972, Guilbeau contributed to the soundtrack for the Martin Scorsese film "Boxcar Bertha"


David Carradine - In 1972, he co-starred as 'Big' Bill Shelly in one of Martin Scorsese's earliest films "Boxcar Bertha", which starred Barbara Hershey, his domestic partner at the time


Johnny Ace - Ace's song "Pledging My Love" appears in the 1973 Martin Scorsese film "Mean Streets" and John Carpenter's 1983 movie "Christine", based on Stephen King's novel


In 1974, actress Ellen Burstyn chose Scorsese to direct her in Alice Doesn't Live Here Anymore, for which she won an Academy Award for Best Actress. add something


Ellen Burstyn - She won the Academy *award for Best Actress in 1974 for her performance in the drama "Alice Doesn't Live Here Anymore", directed by Martin Scorsese


Taxi Driver followed in 1976 – Scorsese's dark, urban nightmare of one lonely man's slow, deliberate descent into insanity. add something


Ringo Starr - He appeared in "The Last Waltz", the Martin Scorsese film about the 1976 farewell concert of the Band, a favourite of the Beatles


Eric Clapton - In 1976 he performed, alongside a string of notable guests, to pay tribute to the farewell performance of The Band, filmed in a Martin Scorsese documentary called "The Last Waltz"


De Niro re-joined Scorsese for New York, New York in 1977, but the film was unsuccessful. add something


Another Scorsese-directed documentary entitled American Boy appeared in 1978, focusing on Steven Prince, the cocky gun salesman who appeared in Taxi Driver. add something


However, Scorsese's commitments to other projects delayed the release of the film until 1978. add something


Bob Dylan - Martin Scorsese's acclaimed cinematic chronicle of this show, "The Last Waltz", was released in 1978 and included about half of Dylan's set


Carl Radle - He performed with many other notable guests and can be seen in Martin Scorsese's documentary film, "The Last Waltz", a final concert performance of The Band, in 1978


Van Morrison - The filmed concert served as the basis for Martin Scorsese's 1978 film, "The Last Waltz"


The Band - This performance was immortalized in Martin Scorsese's 1978 documentary "The Last Waltz"


Isabella Rossellini - She was married to Martin Scorsese from 1979 to 1982


His friend, Jay Cocks gave him the Wharton novel in 1980, suggesting that this should be the romantic piece Scorsese should film as Cocks felt it best represented his sensibility. add something


Don Dunphy - He called all of the fights in the 1980 United Artists film "Raging Bull", which was directed by Martin Scorsese


Nick Nolte - He continued starring in films throughout the 1980s, including "Under Fire" with Gene Hackman, "Down and Out in Beverly Hills" with Richard Dreyfuss and Bette Midler, "Extreme Prejudice" and "New York Stories" under the direction of Martin Scorsese


Isabella Rossellini - In 1980 she appears on Renzo Arbore's film "Il pap'occhio", with Martin Scorsese


Joe Frank - His 1982 monologue "Lies" was used as the inspiration for the Martin Scorsese movie "After Hours", without permission


In 1983 Scorsese began work on a long-cherished personal project, The Last Temptation of Christ, based on the 1951 novel written by Nikos Kazantzakis, who was introduced to the director by actress Barbara Hershey when they were both attending New York University in the late 1960s. add something


Jerry Lewis - He followed this up with a critically acclaimed performance in Martin Scorsese's 1983 film, "The King of Comedy", in which Lewis plays a late-night TV host plagued by obsessive fans


Angela Pleasence - Two other roles are the Ghost of Christmas Past in the 1984 holiday television film "A Christmas Carol" and a cameo as a crowd member in Martin Scorsese's 2002 crime drama "Gangs of New York"


George Segal - In Martin Scorsese's 1985 black comedy "After Hours", Cheech and Chong play art thieves who steal a valuable sculpture by the artist George Segal, whom Cheech helpfully explains is "that dude who plays the banjo on "The Tonight Show"


Forest Whitaker - In 1986, he appeared in Martin Scorsese's film, "The Color of Money" , and in Oliver Stone's "Platoon"


Along with the 1987 Michael Jackson music video 'Bad', in 1986 Scorsese made The Color of Money, a sequel to the much admired Robert Rossen film The Hustler with Paul Newman. add something


Nicolas Cage - Other Cage roles included appearances in the acclaimed 1987 romantic-comedy Moonstruck, starring Cher; The Coen Brothers cult-classic comedy Raising Arizona; David Lynch's 1990 offbeat film Wild at Heart; a lead role in Martin Scorsese's 1999 New York City paramedic drama Bringing Out the Dead; and Ridley Scott's 2003 quirky drama Matchstick Men, in which he played an agoraphobic, mysophobic, obsessive-compulsive con artist with a tic disorder.


After his mid-80s flirtation with commercial Hollywood, Scorsese made a major return to personal film-making with the Paul Schrader-scripted The Last Temptation of Christ in 1988. add something


Nikos Kazantzakis - He gained renewed fame with the 1988 Martin Scorsese adaptation of his book "The Last Temptation of Christ"


Nikos Kazantzakis - Many cinemas banned the Martin Scorsese film, which was released in 1988 and based on this novel


James Stewart - Smith Goes to Washington" in 1988, when he made an impassioned plea in Congressional hearings, along with colleagues Burt Lancaster, Katharine Hepburn, Ginger Rogers, and film director Martin Scorsese, against Ted Turner's decision to 'colorize' classic black and white films, including It's a Wonderful Life.


Along with directors Woody Allen and Francis Ford Coppola, in 1989 Scorsese provided one of three segments in the portmanteau film New York Stories, called "Life Lessons". add something


David Lean - Both Spielberg and Scorsese helped in the 1989 restoration of Lawrence of Arabia which, when released, greatly revived Lean's reputation.


Francis Ford Coppola - In 1989 Coppola teamed up with fellow Oscar-winning directors Martin Scorsese and Woody Allen for an anthology film called New York Stories.


Woody Allen - In 1989, Allen teamed up with directors Francis Ford Coppola and Martin Scorsese to make New York Stories, an anthology film about New Yorkers.


Rosanna Arquette - In 1989, director Martin Scorsese offered her a part in "New York Stories"


After the film was released Roger Ebert, a friend and supporter of Scorsese, named Goodfellas "the best mob movie ever" and is ranked 1 on Roger's movie list for 1990, along with Gene Siskel and Peter Travers, the film is widely considered one of the director's greatest achievements. add something


In 1990, he acted in a cameo role as Vincent van Gogh in the film Dreams by legendary Japanese director Akira Kurosawa. add something


In the 1990s, De Niro starred in Goodfellas, one of the pair's most praised films, and 1991's Cape Fear, before making Casino in 1995. add something


Bo Dietl - Dietl played the narc who arrests Henry Hill in Martin Scorsese's 1990 film, "Goodfellas"


C. J. Bolland - His song "The Prophet", sampling Willem Dafoe in Martin Scorsese's 1990 film "The Last Temptation of Christ" was an underground club hit


Lorraine Bracco - She is best known for her roles as Dr. Jennifer Melfi on the HBO series "The Sopranos" and as Karen Hill in the 1990 Martin Scorsese film, "Goodfellas"


Wes Anderson - While the film did not do well commercially, critically it was acclaimed, with Martin Scorsese naming Bottle Rocket one of his favorite films of the 1990s


Freddie Francis - In 1991, Francis provided the cinematography for the critical favourite "The Man in the Moon" as well as Martin Scorsese's remake of "Cape Fear"


Juliette Lewis - Lewis first garnered international attention and acclaim in 1991 with her turn as Danielle Bowden in Martin Scorsese's remake of "Cape Fear", for which she was nominated for an Academy *award for Best Supporting Actress in 1991


Jamie Babbit - After graduating from Barnard College in 1993, Babbit's first job was as an assistant to the assistant for Martin Scorsese on "The Age of Innocence"


Daniel Day-Lewis - Day-Lewis returned in 1993, playing Newland Archer in Martin Scorsese's adaptation of the Edith Wharton novel The Age of Innocence, opposite Winona Ryder and Michelle Pfeiffer.


Enya - In 1993, her recording of "Marble Halls" from "Shepherd Moons" was featured in the Martin Scorsese film, "The Age of Innocence"


Miriam Margolyes - In 1994 she won the BAFTA *award for Best Supporting Actress for her role as Mrs Mingott in Martin Scorsese's "The Age Of Innocence"


Scorsese still found time for a four hour documentary in 1995 offering a thorough trek through American cinema. add something


Pasquale Cajano - After two uncredited cameo appearances in "The Age of Innocence" and "Where Evil Lies", his friend Martin Scorsese cast him in the 1995 crime drama "Casino" as Chicago Outfit boss Remo Gaggi, a character inspired by the real-life Joseph Aiuppa


Robert Richardson (cinematographer) - He began a long working relationship with Martin Scorsese in 1995, beginning with "Casino"


Sharon Stone - In 1995, she received a Golden Globe Award for Best Actress in a Dramatic Motion Picture, for her role as "Ginger" in Martin Scorsese's Casino, opposite Robert De Niro.


Ford Kiernan - In 1996, he starred alongside fellow Scot Robert Carlyle in "Carla's Song" and in 2002, he played the role of Black Joke Chief in the Martin Scorsese film "Gangs of New York"


L'Wren Scott - Scott has designed costumes for several films; "Diabolique" with Sharon Stone, "Ocean's Thirteen" with Ellen Barkin, Stanley Kubrick's final film "Eyes Wide Shut" and Martin Scorsese's Rolling Stones documentary "Shine a Light" with Mick Jagger, with whom she has been romantically linked since 2001


Scorsese received the AFI Life Achievement Award in 1997. add something


Asa Butterfield - "; at is an English actor known for starring in the Holocaust film "The Boy in the Striped Pyjamas" , playing Norman in the 2010 film "Nanny McPhee and the Big Bang", and taking the title role in Martin Scorsese's 2011 fantasy "Hugo"


In 1998, the American Film Institute placed three Scorsese films on their list of the greatest movies in America: Raging Bull at 24, Taxi Driver at 47 and Goodfellas at 94. add something


Kenneth Tynan - Kathleen produced a screenplay, the rights to which were bought by Martin Scorsese in 1998


In 1999 Scorsese produced a documentary on Italian filmmakers entitled Il Mio Viaggio in Italia, known as My Voyage to Italy. add something


Wes Anderson - In 2000, filmmaker Martin Scorsese praised "Bottle Rocket" and "Rushmore" in an Esquire magazine article about Anderson


In 2001, AFI put two Scorsese films on their list of the most "heart-pounding movies" in American cinema: Taxi Driver at 22 and Raging Bull at 51. add something


Originally filmed for a release in the winter of 2001 (to qualify for Academy Award nominations), Scorsese delayed the final production of the film until after the beginning of 2002; the studio consequently delayed the film for nearly a year until its release in the Oscar season of late 2002. add something


Scorsese received the Order of Merit of the Italian Republic on January 18, 2001. add something


Scorsese had uncredited involvement as executive producer with the 2002 film Deuces Wild, written by Paul Kimatian. add something


Leonardo DiCaprio - Caprio appeared in Martin Scorsese's Gangs of New York, a historical film set in the mid-19th century in the Five Points district of New York City.


In February 2003, Gangs of New York received ten Academy Award nominations, including Best Picture, Best Director, and Best Actor for Daniel Day-Lewis, however it did not win in any category. add something


Michelle Williams (actress) - Martin Scorsese cast the actress in the supporting, but vital role, of the dead wife haunting the dreams of marshal Teddy Daniels in "Shutter Island", a psychological thriller based on Dennis Lehane's 2003 best-selling novel by the same name


Cameron Diaz - During 2003, Diaz received another Golden Globe nomination for Martin Scorsese's 2002 epic Gangs of New York, and became the third actress to earn $20 million for a role, receiving the sum for Charlie's Angels: Full Throttle.


Corey Harris - He was featured on the 2003 PBS television mini-series, "The Blues", in an episode directed by Martin Scorsese


Lazy Lester - In 2003 Martin Scorsese included Lester in his blues tribute concert at Radio City Music Hall, a record of which was released as the film and album "Lightning in a Bottle"


Keb' Mo' - In 2003, Martin Scorsese collaborated with many blues musicians including Keb' Mo' to put together a series of films entitled "The Blues"


Marshall Chess - In 2003, Chess was featured in the film "Godfathers and Sons" directed by Marc Levin, for the PBS series "The Blues", produced by Martin Scorsese


Garland Jeffreys - Jeffreys was featured in the 2003 documentary "The Soul of a Man", directed by Wim Wenders as the fourth installment of the documentary film series "The Blues" produced by Martin Scorsese


J. B. Lenoir - The 2003 documentary film "The Soul of a Man", directed by Wim Wenders as the second instalment of Martin Scorsese's series "The Blues", explored Lenoir's career, together with those of Skip James and Blind Willie Johnson


Ali Farka Toure - Toure and Harris appeared together in Martin Scorsese's 2003 documentary film "Feel Like Going Home", which traced the roots of blues back to its genesis in West Africa


Ike Turner - In September 2003, the PBS documentary series, Martin Scorsese's "The Blues" featured interviews and performances by Turner


Kate Beckinsale - Also in 2004, Beckinsale portrayed Ava Gardner in Martin Scorsese's Howard_Hughes biopic "The Aviator"


Katharine Hepburn - In Martin Scorsese's 2004 biopic of Howard Hughes, "The Aviator", Hepburn was portrayed by Cate Blanchett, who won the Academy *award for Best Supporting Actress for her performance


Alan Alda - In 2004, Alda portrayed conservative Maine Senator Owen Brewster in Martin Scorsese's Academy-Award winning film "The Aviator", in which he co-starred with Leonardo DiCaprio


Pete Cosey - In 2004, Cosey appeared in the "Godfathers and Sons" episode of Martin Scorsese's documentary series "The Blues"


Richard Hack - It is sometimes stated that Hack's book "Hughes" served as the basis for Martin Scorsese's 2004 film about Howard Hughes, "The Aviator"


Jean Harlow - More recently, Gwen Stefani briefly appeared as Harlow in Martin Scorsese's 2004 Howard Hughes biopic "The Aviator"


John C. Reilly - Reilly appeared in Martin Scorsese's 2004 Howard Hughes biopic, "The Aviator", as Hughes' trusted business partner, Noah Dietrich


Danny Huston - Soon after "Ivans Xtc", he worked on Martin Scorsese's "The Aviator" alongside Leonardo DiCaprio and Alec Baldwin, for which the ensemble cast was nominated for a 2004 SAG *award


The Aviator (2004 film) - "'The Aviator"' is a 2004 American biographical drama film directed by Martin Scorsese, written by John Logan, produced by Graham King and Michael Mann and starring Leonardo DiCaprio , Cate Blanchett, Kate Beckinsale, Alan Alda, John C. Reilly and Alec Baldwin


From left: Salvo Cuccia, Martin Scorsese and Vittorio De Seta at the 2005 Tribeca Film Festival. add something


The film was first presented on television in both the United_States (as part of the PBS American Masters series) and the United_Kingdom on September 26–27, 2005. add something


In January 2005, The Aviator became the most-nominated film of the 77th Academy Awards nominations, nominated in 11 categories including Best Picture. add something


Maria Muldaur - During this time, she was part of the Greenwich Village scene that included Bob Dylan, and some of her recollections of the period, particularly with respect to Dylan, appear in Martin Scorsese's 2005 documentary film, "No Direction Home"


Webb Pierce - Footage of Pierce singing "There Stands the Glass" was featured in the 2005 documentary "No Direction Home" by Martin Scorsese about early influences on Bob Dylan


Cate Blanchett - In 2005, she won an Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress for playing Katharine Hepburn in Martin Scorsese's The Aviator.


Gid Tanner - It can be heard in Martin Scorsese's 2005 documentary on Dylan, "No Direction Home"


The Departed received the Academy Award for the Best Motion Picture of 2006, Best Adapted Screenplay, and Best Film Editing by longtime Scorsese editor Thelma Schoonmaker, her third win for a Scorsese film, though many thought Scorsese deserved Academy Awards in his past films as well. add something


Jack Nicholson - Caprio in Martin Scorsese's Oscar-winning The Departed, a remake of Andrew Lau's Infernal Affairs.


Mark Wahlberg - He appeared as a foul-mouthed Massachusetts State Police detective in Martin Scorsese's critically acclaimed thriller, "The Departed" in 2006, which netted him an Academy *award nomination for Best Supporting Actor, a Golden Globe nomination for Best Performance by an Actor in a Supporting Role in a Motion Picture, and an NSFC Best Supporting Actor *award


Matt Damon - In 2006, Damon joined Robert De Niro in "The Good Shepherd" as a career CIA officer, and played an undercover mobster working for the Massachusetts State Police in Martin Scorsese's "The Departed", a remake of the Hong Kong police thriller "Infernal Affairs"


John Ford - The longer revised version of Directed by John Ford shown on Turner Classic Movies in November, 2006 features directors Steven Spielberg, Clint Eastwood, and Martin Scorsese, who suggest that the string of classic films Ford directed during 1936 to 1941 was due in part to an intense six-month extra-marital affair with Katharine Hepburn, the star of Mary of Scotland, an Elizabethan costume drama.


The film was initially scheduled for release on September 21, 2007, but Paramount Classics postponed its general release until April 2008. add something


In August 2007 Scorsese was named the 2nd greatest director of all time in a poll by Total Film magazine, in front of Steven Spielberg and behind Alfred Hitchcock. add something


Ben Kingsley - Caprio in Shutter Island, directed by Martin Scorsese.


Val Lewton - "Val Lewton: The Man in the Shadows", 2007 documentary by Martin Scorsese


Dennis Lehane - On October 22, 2007 Paramount Pictures announced that they had optioned "Shutter Island" with Martin Scorsese attached as director


Anna Netrebko - $Opera - In December 2007, Netrebko performed for Martin Scorsese, a 2007 Honoree, at the Kennedy Center Honors, and in May 2008 she made a much-awaited debut at the Paris Opera in "I Capuleti e i Montecchi", with Joyce DiDonato as her Romeo


Its world premiere was at the opening of the 58th Berlinale Film Festival on February 7, 2008. add something


Principal photography on the Laeta Kalogridis screenplay, based on the novel of the same name by Dennis Lehane, began in Massachusetts in March 2008. add something


Christina Aguilera - In 2008, Aguilera appeared in the Martin Scorsese documentary Shine a Light which chronicles a two day Rolling Stones concert in New York City's Beacon Theatre.


Ivy Film Festival - The 2008 festival featured a keynote address by Fox Filmed Entertainment Co-Chairman and CEO, Tom Rothman, and a master class by Martin Scorsese


Bob Marley - In February 2008, director Martin Scorsese announced his intention to produce a documentary movie on Marley


Emily Mortimer - Mortimer played an aspiring actress opposite Andy García in "City Island" and a nurse in Martin Scorsese's 2010 film "Shutter Island"


Dennis Lehane - His novel "Shutter Island" was adapted into a film by Martin Scorsese in 2010


Elia Kazan - In 2010, Martin Scorsese co-directed the documentary film "A Letter to Elia" as a personal tribute to Kazan


Max Richter - In 2010, Dinah Washington's "This Bitter Earth" was remixed with Richter's "On the Nature of Daylight" for the Martin Scorsese film "Shutter Island"


Patricia Clarkson - In 2010, she starred in Martin Scorsese's "Shutter Island"


Brad Grey - The 2010 Paramount slate achieved much success with "Shutter Island" and "True Grit" reaching the biggest box office totals in the storied careers of Martin Scorsese and the Coen brothers, respectively


Jafar Panahi - American film directors Paul Thomas Anderson, Joel & Ethan Coen, Francis Ford Coppola, Jonathan Demme, Robert De Niro, Curtis Hanson, Jim Jarmusch, Ang Lee, Richard Linklater, Terrence Malick, Michael Moore, Robert Redford, Martin Scorsese, James_Schamus, Paul Schrader, Steven Soderbergh, Steven Spielberg, Oliver Stone and Frederick Wiseman signed a letter on 30 April 2010 urging Panahi's release


Gaspard Ulliel - The film for the campaign was directed by Academy *award-winning director Martin Scorsese and debuted in August 2010


Fran Lebowitz - On November 22, 2010, HBO debuted "Public Speaking", a documentary about Lebowitz by Martin Scorsese containing interviews and clips from speaking engagements


Jafar Panahi - On 23 December 2010 Amnesty International announced that it was mobilizing an online petition spearheaded by Paul Haggis and Nazanin Boniadi and signed by Sean Penn, Martin Scorsese, Harvey_Weinstein and others to protest the imprisonment of Panahi


In 2011 Scorsese received an honorary doctorate from the National Film School in Lodz. add something


Scorcese directed a three-and-a-half-hour documentary about the life and music of former Beatles member George Harrison, which premièred in the United States on HBO over two parts on October 5 and 6, 2011. add something


On October 12, 2011, the series was renewed again for a third season add something


Johnny Depp - Also in 2011, Hugo, directed by Martin Scorsese, was released.


Christopher Lee - In 2011, Lee appeared in "The Resident" alongside Hilary Swank and the critically acclaimed "Hugo" directed by Martin Scorsese


Helen McCrory - In 2011, she starred in Martin Scorsese's family mystery film "Hugo" as Mama Jeanne


Django Reinhardt - In the Martin Scorsese film, "Hugo", 2011, a character who appears to be, and is credited as, Reinhardt plays guitar in a combo in the station café


On April 19, 2013, financing was finally secured for "Silence" by Emmett/Furla Films, with Scorsese to begin shooting in Taiwan in July 2014 add something


As of December 2013, no announcement has been made on plans for digital or non-digital filming for Scorsese's next feature film add something


The feature length documentary is expected to be released in March, 2014 add something


Martin Scorsese has filmed a documentary about the history of the New York Review of Books, entitled, "The New York Review of Books: A 50 Year Argument," which screened as a "nearly finished" work in progress at the Berlin International Film Festival in February 2014 add something


On July 25, 2014 Mick Jagger tweeted from the set, confirming that the filming had started add something


In August 2014, the estate of influential punk rock band The Ramones claimed a biopic of the band was in the works with Scorsese's involvement add something


It is set to air on HBO on September 29, 2014 add something


In October 2014 it was announced that Scorsese will produce a yet-to-be-named documentary about the Grateful Dead directed by Amir Bar-Lev add something


On December 2, 2014 the series was picked up by HBO add something


After two decades of not collaborating on a project, Scorsese and De Niro worked together for the "The Audition", a 2015 short film that served as a promotional for casinos Studio City in Macau, China and City of Dreams in Manila, Philippines add something


In March 2015 It was announced that Scorsese will direct the Mike Tyson biopic add something


On August 10, 2015, it was announced that Scorsese will direct an adaptation of "The Devil in the White City", which will star Leonardo Dicaprio and be written by Billy Ray add something


As of September 2015, the film "Silence " is in post-production and is an upcoming historic-drama film directed by Scorsese add something


It is anticipated to be released in 2016 add something


"Variety" reported in January 2016 that Scorsese is producing a biopic based on the life of classical pianist Byron Janis, with Peter Glanz writing a screenplay based on Janis' own book, "Chopin and Beyond: My Extraordinary Life in Music and the Paranormal" add something


On April 29, 2016, it was announced that Scorsese was in early talks to direct "The General", a film based on the life on George Washington add something


As of November 2016, "Silence" has completed post-production add something


On July 14, 2017, Scorsese and DiCaprio are developing a film adaptation of the novel "Killers of the Flower Moon: The Osage Murders and the Birth of the FBI" add something


In September 2017, Scorsese and DiCaprio were developing a biopic in which DiCaprio will portray President Theodore Roosevelt add something


Filming is expected to start in spring 2018 add something


He was awarded an Honorary Doctorate from the University of Oxford on 20 June 2018 add something


As of July 10, 2018, Scorsese is no longer involved with the project add something


Principal photography on Scorsese's film "The Irishman" began in August 2017, and will star Robert De Niro, Joe Pesci, and Al Pacino add something


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Later, Milwaukee, Wisconsin's Oriental Theatre was added as a venue for the June 11, 2019 screening add something