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A highlight of Sunday’s Screen Actors Guild Awards featured Bridesmaids stars Kristen Wiig, Maya Rudolph and Melissa McCarthy revealing that they had created a “Scorsese” drinking game while making their hit comedy — and drinking on stage.

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More new movie releases 2011:

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Hollywood do-godders often wring their hands over the persistence of racism or sexism. Now there’s a new scourge: breedism. According to Martin Scorsese, that’s what’s at work in this year’s Best Movie Dog awards race, given the favoritism shown at the upcoming first annual Golden Collar prizes to “The Artist” star Uggie. Specifically, the director is miffed that, while the fuzzy Jack Russell terrier is nominated for work in two… Continue reading Uggie Who? Martin Scorsese Seeks Kudos for 'Hugo' Doberman Star Blackie

scorsese hugo set Fan Plea: Please Go See Martin Scorseses Hugo in 3D This Weekend

Seeing the trailers for Martin Scorsese’s Hugo used to give me conflicting emotions. Part of me knew I should get excited because of Scorsese alone, but the actual trailers and TV spots themselves all looked like a strange, unappealing hybrid of The Polar Express and Mr. Magorium’s Wonder Emporium– it was all shaping up to be the kind of movie that I knew I would… Continue reading Fan Plea: Please Go See Martin Scorsese's 'Hugo' in 3D This Weekend


Edward Douglas

November 23, 2011

benkingsleyhugo CS Video: Sir Ben Kingsley on Martin Scorseses HugoIt’s not easy to talk about Sir Ben Kingsley’s role in Martin Scorsese’s Hugo, a 3D live action adaptation of Brian Selznick’s “The Invention of Hugo Cabret,” without spoiling a major turn in the story and that’s because Sir Ben plays…


Georges Milis.

If you’re at all versed in film history, especially going back to the silent

Martin Weisz to Direct Dreamt


Safady Entertainment

November 9, 2011

Safady Entertainment has announced that they have acquired Dreamt, a psychological thriller written by Andrew Alexander that they will develop for Martin Weisz to direct.

Set in modern day, Dreamt tells the tale of two people who have a supernatural connection and therefore are actually dreaming in each other’s lives. Conflict ensues after the men discover each other’s existence, leading