At last, the Joker is getting his own movie. It’ll star a yet-to-be-cast actor, good news for anyone who was turned off by Jared Leto’s interpretation of the character in Suicide Squad. And it’ll be an origin story that pays stylistic homage to 1980s Martin Scorsese films—with the legendary director himself…
It’s fairly easy to recognize a film made by Martin Scorsese: there are scenes in slow motion mixed with wonderful long tracking shots. The stories are often about gangsters or corruption or New York, and you can bet De Niro or DiCaprio will be in them. Oh and his movies almost always include overhead shots—or as …
Plumbers can only climb so high in Brooklyn—and Mario and Luigi are looking to fly.
Rejoice, world, the plan to use the internet to ensure you never leave the house continues apace. Because a bunch of big Hollywood names are reportedly backing Sean Parker’s “Screening Room,” a project to let you buy movies at home the day they are released in theaters.
Few filmmakers have left as indelible a mark on cinema as iconic Japanese director, screenwriter, and producer Akira Kurosawa. The following list reveals which films had a lasting impact on him.
HBO and Paramount TV are teaming up to bring Martin Scorsese's creepy horror flick Shutter Island to the small screen.
If you watch any Martin Scorsese flick you'd know how perfectly he marries music with his movies. But it's his masterful use of silence that makes some of his scenes hit even harder. The absence of sound can be even more powerful than the perfect song.
Martin Scorsese's Hugo is free on iTunes today as part of its 12 Days of Gifts promo. That's pretty great!
What on Earth is Campus Life? Check out the trailer for this weird supernatural movie about a spooky fraternity where a goth kid controls who goes... and who stays. And notice the Martin Scorsese cameo, around 0:30. What's going on here?
The latest installment in Apple's arsenal of celebrity Siri promos is here, featuring a very peppy Martin Scorsese headed downtown in a yellow NYC taxi. Marty makes the most of his time alone with his virtual assistant, switching around appointments and consulting her for the downtown traffic report.
Someone gave Keanu Reeves a camera crew, and sent him out hunting for famous directors to carry on the great debate of digital versus film. Watch film greats such as Martin Scorsese, James Cameron and Steven Soderbergh talk movies — it's kind of a rare treat to see all these directors share their opinions on digital…
There's no actual robot in Martin Scorsese's new movie Hugo — although there is a totally gorgeous clockwork man, whose workings are nothing short of magical. But the whole movie is a celebration of the earliest roots of our rising cyber-culture, and the ways in which people use technology to tell stories that live on…
Silent movie director, inventor and magician Georges Méliès is easily the grandfather of science fiction film. We even included his adaptation of Jules Verne's 1866 novel The Adventures of Captain Hatteras "The Conquest of the Pole" in our Top 50 Scariest Films of all Time. But you probably know him best as the man…
Raging Bull is the greatest boxing movie of all time. It's also an enormously classic film—Scorsese, De Niro, punching, blood. And it's a true story.
At the New York Film Festival this Monday, Martin Scorsese was on-hand to unveil the very first showing of his upcoming historical-fiction flick Hugo. It was an unfinished cut of the film — the occasional green screen popped into shots — but this screening gave audiences a taste of Scorsese's lustrous Parisian…
Summer movie season is almost over, and that means movies are going to change. Get ready for Holiday movies, Oscar-bait, and some lower-budget, lower-concept action films. Some movies will rock your world, others will crumble into dust.
Martin Scorsese seems like a most unlikely candidate to offer you something to alleviate your Harry Potter withdrawal. And yet, the first trailer for Scorsese's Hugo positively screams "Hogwarts Methadone."
We're dying to see Martin Scorsese's first kid-friendly movie, The Invention of Hugo Cabret. Not just because it's a loose retelling of the life of science fiction movie pioneer Georges Méliès, but also for its clockwork wind-up man.