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    Watch: Leonardo DiCaprio Parties Like Gatsby In The Trailer for Martin Scorsese's 'The Wolf of Wall Street'

    Fresh off his role as the titular 1920s playboy in "The Great Gatsby," Leonardo DiCaprio is back for more big spending and hard partying, '90s-style, in the first trailer for "The Wolf of Wall Street," his latest film with Martin Scorsese.

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    Watch: Ace First Trailer For Martin Scorsese's 'The Wolf Of Wall Street' Starring Leonardo DiCaprio

    We've somehow struggled, so far, to get excited for "The Wolf Of Wall Street." Maybe it's that we've started to take Martin Scorsese for granted -- his last few films, in "The Departed," "Shutter Island" and "Hugo" were all highly entertaining, but perhaps not up to the gold standard of the very bes...

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    Watch: 20-Minute Documentary & Deleted Scenes For Martin Scorsese's 'After Hours'

    Last fall, to help ring in the 70th birthday of Martin Scorsese, we ran down our list of 5 Of His Most Underrated Films, and among them was 1985's dark, surreal, screwball and utterly hilarious black comedy "After Hours." And if you still haven't seen the movie -- and you really, really should -- ho...

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    Bobby Cannavale Joins Martin Scorsese's HBO Rock ‘N’ Roll Series

    When Martin Scorsese and Mick Jagger collaborated on the Rolling Stones documentary “Shine A Light” they conceived an idea for a “Casino”-like movie set in the music biz of the 1970s. That was in 2010. Than in 2011 Scorsese and Jagger took the idea to HBO and brought on “Boardwalk Empire” writer Ter...

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    Watch: Full Length Filmmaker Docs On John Cassavetes & Sam Fuller

    It’s Friday and a long holiday weekend is just around the corner. Why not start it off right with a couple of cool documentaries on a couple of cool directors? After all, the new season “Arrested Development” doesn’t come until Sunday, so you've got some time.

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    10 Movies Booed At Cannes

    If the Cannes Film Festival is known for one thing, it's the festival's close proximity to topless beaches. But if it's known for two things, it's the emotional, emphatic responses that usually greet the films. These reactions come from audiences that are unafraid to tell the film (and the filmmaker...

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    From Antonioni to Lynch, BAMcinematek Takes a Second Look at Films 'Booed at Cannes'

    Wednesday, the BAMcinematek in Brooklyn kicks off a new series of films "Booed at Cannes," from David Lynch and Martin Scorsese to Antonioni and Fellini.

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    Casting Watch: Andrew Garfield to Star in Martin Scorsese's Long-Awaited 'Silence'

    "Spider-Man" star and "Social Network" dreamboat Andrew Garfield has been cast in Martin Scorsese's highly anticipated, Japan-set "Silence."

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    Andrew Garfield & Ken Watanabe Join Martin Scorsese's Japanese-Langauge 'Silence'

    When it was announced last month that Martin Scorsese's long-developing dream project "Silence" was finally getting made, with a shoot next year in the works, we tempered our excitement. We had heard this before, more than once, and for a variety of reasons, the movie never happened. But today comes...

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    Filmmaker Top Ten Lists, from Fassbinder, Haneke and Almodovar to Scorsese, Tarantino and More

    Excerpted are lists from Rainer Maria Fassbinder and Michael Haneke, as well as Pedro Almodovar, whose list offers an interesting counterpart to Fassbinder's. Both he and Almodovar have sought to consider the queer experience via cinephilia, formal style and colorful, socially-conscious melodrama.

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