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Here’s the First Official Trailer for Martin Scorsese’s Silence Andrew Garfield, Liam Neeson and Adam Driver star in the historical drama Silence from director Martin Scorsese, set in the seventeenth century, Japan. “The story of two Christian missionaries who face the ultimate test of faith when they travel to Japan in search of their missing mentor – at a time when Christianity was outlawed […] Read Here’s the First Official Trailer for Martin Scorsese’s Silence on Filmonic.

Martin Scorsese’s Silence Gets A Poster & New Images Awards season is now heating up, and most of the films thought to be in serious contention for the various accolades (La La Land, Moonlight, Manchester by the Sea, etc.) have already been seen. There are, however, a couple Oscar hopefuls yet to screen. Arguably the most prominent one is Martin Scorsese’s Silence, a long-gestating religious epic based on the novel by Shûsaku Endô. It tells the tale of two Jesuit priests who travel to Japan in search of their mentor during a time when Christianity was outlawed in the country.

J.J. Abrams' 'God Particle' Revealed As Part of 'Cloverfield' Universe Back in January, we were caught by surprise when J.J. Abrams' Valencia was revealed to be 10 Cloverfield Lane. The producer described it as a "blood relative" of his alien-invasion movie Cloverfield. Without spoiling what happens in the thriller, directed by Dan Trachtenberg, it's safe to say that its mysterious connection to the original added a delightful and very intriguing layer. Even before 10 Cloverfield Lane was released in March, Abrams told Fandango: "A...Read MoreRead Comments

The 'Friday the 13th' Reboot Has Found Its Setting and Script It’s been a long time coming, but after almost a decade, producers Brad Fuller and Andrew Form are ready to start working on the Friday the 13th reboot. The original 1980 Friday the 13th is a horror classic that introduced hockey-masked lunatic Jason Vorhees to the world, but its sequels over the years have left a lot to be desired. Even the 2009 remake was just not that good. Now, it sounds like Fuller and Form, who also produced The Purge series, are ready for another go at it. Continue reading…

George Lucas no longer involved with developing story for Indiana Jones 5 You know what? I feel that George Lucas is paradoxically not given enough credit for his contributions to pop-culture, while at the same time given way too much credit. Thing is, projects like STAR WARS and INDIANA JONES were definitely his babies, and he was a driving force in what makes them so great - from the stories, to the characters, to the tone, to the... Read More...

Martin Scorsese's Silence finally lands an Oscar-friendly release date The release of a Martin Scorsese film is always a special event, but when that film is SILENCE, a passion project of Scorsese's for close to three decades, you can't help but let your expectations spiral out of control. Production on Scorsese's epic wrapped up last year but Paramount Pictures has been fairly quiet on when SILENCE might be released, until now. Feeling as though they have... Read More...

Martin Scorsese‘s “Silence” will be getting an awards-season run. The film will open limited on December 23, 2016, and then go wide in January 2017. “Silence” is a historic drama based on the novel by Shūsaku Endō. It is produced by Scorsese, Paul Breuls, Vittorio Cecchi Gori, Barbara De Fina, Randall Emmett, George Furla, Emma Tillinger Koksoff and Irwin Winkler. Also Read: Martin Scorsese Hopes to 'Direct a Few More' Episodes of 'Vinyl' The script was adapted by Scorsese and Jay Cocks, and stars Andrew Garfield, Adam Driver and Liam Neeson.

Rings Has Been Delayed Into 2017 Poor Rings. The film has had a rough go of it, with it already being delayed two times. Well, it has just seen one more, moving from a lucrative October spot to February 3rd 2017, Variety report. It’s a pretty sudden move, with the film originally slated for not too far away. There is no official reason for the move either, but there is speculation that it might be about financials and Paramount’s lackluster showing this summer. Lets hope this really is the last move for the film.

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