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.
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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?
On Monday night, filmmaker Martin Scorsese gave a sneak preview of his upcoming 3D fantasy film Hugo, based on Brian Selznick’s bestselling novel “The Invention of Hugo Cabret,” as part of the Film Society of Lincoln Center’s 49th Annual New York Film Festival.
When the Film Society of Lincoln Center announced the secret screening last week, billed as a “work-in-progress from a master filmmaker,” the internet… Continue reading Martin Scorsese's Hugo Gets a NYFF Sneak Preview
A special treat for Game of Thrones fans: George R. R. Martin, author of A Song of Fire and Ice, the fantasy book series that the HBO series is based on, dropped by EW’s lounge at Comic-Con on Saturday. Martin talked about how the TV show’s popularity has impacted the book series’ readership, and what it was like writing an episode for the upcoming second season. Check out… Continue reading Comic-Con 2011: George R.R. Martin talks ‘Game of Thrones’