Development, Silence

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Martin Scorsese Still Wants Al Pacino & Joe Pesci For 'The Irishman,' Says It Will Come After 'Silence'

fb.indiewire.com – We love ya Marty, but forgive us if we don't hold on breath on this one, as potentially awesome as it could be. For years now, the director and his longtime friend and collaborator Robert De Niro have been talking up "The Irishman," a project that would mark their first director/actor collaboration since 1995's "Casino." And while we've already sat through promises that it would shoot in 2011, it seems plans are taking a more definitive shape. 4 years 32 weeks ago via donnieyen
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Martin Scorsese To Make Noise On 'Silence' At Cannes; Emmett/ Furla Funding The Film

deadline.com – EXCLUSIVE: Martin Scorsese will finally realize his long-held dream to direct Silence, an adaptation of the Shusaku Endo novel about 17th Century Jesuits who risk their lives to bring Christianity to Japan. Financing for the film has been secured by Emmett/Furla Films, as part of a two picture deal that principals Randall Emmett and George Furla have made, to co-finance a second film by the director. 5 years 13 weeks ago via brucelee
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Martin Scorsese Project Triggers New $20 Million Lawsuit (Exclusive)

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feedproxy.google.com – The attorney who once represented '300' producer Gianni Nunnari is now going after his former client over fraud allegations. 5 years 22 weeks ago via donnieyen
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Martin Scorsese Tests Out Script For Mob Drama 'The Irishman' With De Niro, Pacino, Pesci; But 'Silence' Is Marty's Next Pic

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deadline.com – EXCLUSIVE: For my part, Martin Scorsese can’t make enough movies. But he’s trying. Scorsese, who is completing The Wolf Of Wall Street with Leonardo DiCaprio, just held a reading of Steve Zaillian’s script at the Tribeca Film Center for The Irishman, the mob drama based on the Charles Brandt book I Heard You Paint Houses. 5 years 26 weeks ago via jetli
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Martin Scorsese Defends Taking 22 Years and Counting to Direct 'Silence' (Exclusive)

feedproxy.google.com – In response to a lawsuit over his decision to direct "Wolf of Wall Street," the famed director's lawyers say that Cecchi Gori has "manufactured specious claims" instead of being satisfied with the $3.5 million he's given the film company to do "nothing other than waiting." 5 years 33 weeks ago via jetli
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Martin Scorsese's Long Developing 'Silence' Finds Backer In Cecchi Gori Pictures, To Be Produced First On Company's Slate

fb.indiewire.com – A little extra patience is all it takes, it seems. After the financial disappointment of “Hugo” reportedly divided Martin Scorsese and his producer Graham King, halting plans to bring his dream project “Silence” to the screen, we wondered whether the venture would ever recover from its long gestation, but it seems the European company responsible for “Il Postino” and “Life is Beautiful” has been waiting in the wings this entire time. 6 years 11 weeks ago via donnieyen
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'Silence' Producer Niels Juul on Martin Scorsese's Decades-Long Passion for the Project

feedproxy.google.com – The CEO of Cecchi Gori Pictures discusses the film's languid path to the screen, and talks about its ties to the studio and the director's oevures. 6 years 12 weeks ago via jetli
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Has The Financial Disappointment Of 'Hugo' Killed The Chances Of Martin Scorsese's 'Silence' Getting Made?

fb.indiewire.com – While the critical adulation, 11 Oscar nominations and 5 wins for Martin Scorsese's "Hugo" put a nice finish on the film's journey to the big screen, in the cold light of day, and on a financial level, the film was a bust. While it didn't get the same kind of ink that something like "Men In Black 3" did, production on "Hugo" was rocky, with Scorsese struggling to adjust to 3D during the filming, forcing the production schedule that was loosely slated from July to November 2010, to get extended to February 2011. 6 years 12 weeks ago via jetli
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Martin Scorsese Planning 'Silence' as Next Film

feedproxy.google.com – Good news for those who were beginning to fear that mainstream opportunities would forever interfere with Martin Scorsese‘s long-gestating adaptation of Shusaku Endo‘s novel Silence: the director says that Silence will be his next movie. In the wake of Hugo‘s big critical acceptance, Scorsese has been linked to an adaptation of the thriller novel The Snowman, by Jo Nesbo, and he has also talked up possibilities such as The Irishman and The Gambler. 6 years 32 weeks ago via theothersenhman
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Silence

Based on Shusaku Endo's novel of the same name, the movie centers on a Jesuit missionary facing persecution in 17th century Japan during a period of unrest.
Martin Scorsese
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