Robert De Niro, Martin Scorsese, and Jerry Lewis all walk into a room together. There’s no real punch line to follow that, just Lewis’s brand of slapstick yucks, which had the sold-out crowd at the closing night of the 2013 Tribeca Film Festival in hysterics.
The three legends were on-hand to screen a digitally restored version of “The King of Comedy.” The dark comedy classic — about wannabe stand-up comic Rupert… Continue reading 'The King of Comedy': Martin Scorsese, Robert De Niro, Jerry Lewis Celebrate Film's 30th Anniversary at Tribeca
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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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
Now that Martin Scorsese has tested out shooting for 3D with his upcoming flick Hugo, he’s become one of the converted — singing the technology’s praises while discussing the ways in which he applied it to his film about a boy searching for a key that unlocks the past. While chatting it up during a special Hugo screening in LA over the weekend, Scorsese told… Continue reading What They Said: Martin Scorsese on Holograms After 3D, and Jose Padilha on What to Expect from the 'Robocop' Remake