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    Martin Scorsese Returning to 'Gangs of New York' with New TV Series

    Martin Scorsese is partnering with Miramax and GK Films to develop his 2002 gritty turn-of-the-century drama "Gangs of New York" into a TV series. The project would follow the same story arc as the film, but also include organized-gang plotlines beyond New York, set in Chicago and elsewhere.

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    Martin Scorsese and Miramax Are Developing a 'Gangs of New York' TV Series

    In the words of Leonardo DiCaprio's Amsterdam Vallon, "And no matter what they did to build this city up again... for the rest of time... it would be like no one even knew we was ever here." Except on television, because Martin Scorsese and Miramax have announce that they're developing a TV series b...

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    Martin Scorsese Developing 'Gangs Of New York' TV Series

    It's probably safe to say that "Gangs Of New York" is likely the most divisive movie Martin Scorsese has made over the past decade or so. And it was also seemingly one plagued with rumors that Harvey Weinstein essentially neutered Scorsese's better (though still flawed) and preferred cut. It's somet...

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    Martin Scorsese's 'King of Comedy' to Close 2013 Tribeca Film Festival

    Rupert Pupkin. The name slides off the tongue like luggage off an airport carousel. And as portrayed by Robert De Niro -- post Jake LaMotta, pre Noodles Aaronsen -- he is one of the more memorable pieces of cultural/emotional baggage produced by the American screen. A hero of dubious sanity. Dubious...

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    Celebrating Ford and Wayne's Classic Western 'The Searchers'

    This week marks the 57th birthday of John Ford's seminal western "The Searchers" (1956). In recognition, director Martin Scorsese reviews the classic film in THR:

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    First Time Fest Hits NYC

    First Time Fest (FTF) – a celebration of first time filmmakers – is a new and unique film festival which took place in New York City the first week of March, 2013. FTF is set to discover and present the next generation of great cinema artists.

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    How Do You Celebrate First-Time Filmmakers? First-Time Fest Has the Answer

    While Lincoln Center and the Museum of Modern Art's high profile New Directors/New Films brings attention to filmmakers in the earlier stages of their careers -- this year's addition lurks just around the corner -- it often banks heavily on festival-tested product, selecting movies that have already...

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    Premature Oscar Predictions: The 2014 Best Director Nominees

    In recent years, trying to predict the Oscar nominees in the Best Director category has been especially tricky. In the past, you could just translate over your Best Picture nominees, maybe swap one out for a better-known or showier filmmaker, and you were relatively likely to be correct. But ever si...

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    10 "One Wild Crazy Night" Movies To Party With

    This weekend "21 And Over" will show its possibly fake IDs to young adults across the country. A comedy written and directed by two of the writers of "The Hangover" (naturally), it chronicles the wild night of young college bound kids. The film chronicles the misadventures of Jeff Chang, who has an ...

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    Marty's World: An Inside Look at the Scorsese Exhibition in Berlin

    Thoughtfully put together, the new exhibit features an overwhelming variety of 600 or so items on display, helping to simultaneously complicate and clarify the art of Martin Scorsese.

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