On November 23rd one of the more fascinating films of the year hits theaters, courtesy of director Martin Scorsese. His adaptation of Brian Selznick’s book The Invention of Hugo Cabret (shortened to Hugo for the theatrical release) is just mesmerizing in every conceivable way, as we first reported back when the film enjoyed a secret screening at the New York Film Festival (read our… Continue reading Guess Which 3D Movies Martin Scorsese Made His 'Hugo' Cast and Crew Watch
Casino Royale director Martin Campbell may be directing the 1980′s Lee Majors action series The Fall Guy. Thor and X-Men: First Class writers Ashley Miller and Zack Stentz are handling script duties for the project that initially saw a home with DreamWorks, but there’s a chance the studio may not remain involved. If he signs on, Campbell would be re-telling the story about Major’s… Continue reading 'The Fall Guy' Wants Martin Campbell and Brett Ratner is 'Hunting Eichmann'
When it comes to Martin Scorsese and his future directing projects, the acclaimed director seems to take a page from Lay’s potato chips: he can’t have just one. Variety reports that the Oscar-winning Scorsese is in early talks to direct ‘The Snowman,’ an adaptation of Norwegian novelist Jo Nesbo’s acclaimed novel. Great! But maybe ‘The Snowman’ should take a number.
Over the last couple of years, Scorsese… Continue reading Martin Scorsese in Early Talks to Direct 'The Snowman'
Following last night’s secret, work-in-progress screening of Martin Scorsese’s Hugo, it didn’t take long for myself and a few other online journos to giddily dissect Scorsese’s use of 3D throughout the film. Even though the effects weren’t 100% yet, one could tell the master director had delivered what was perhaps the most satisfying 3D experience since Avatar, weaving the technology into the film so that it… Continue reading The Conversation: Will Martin Scorsese's 'Hugo' Save 3D?