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New Scorsese Film Coming Up

Posted April 19, 2013 06:00 PM by Webmaster

Acclaimed director Martin Scorsese will direct a film about 17th century Jesuits who risk their lives to bring Christianity to Japan. The film will be based on Japanese director Shusaku Endo's novel Silence. Shooting is expected to begin in July 2014 in Taiwan.

Currently, the American director is finishing The Wolf of Wall Street, a crime thriller adapted from the 1990 best seller by Jordan Belfort, a former Wall Street trader who was jailed for fraud and inside trading. The film, which will open in theaters across the U.S. on November 15th, stars Leonardo DiCaprio, Matthew McConaughey, Jonah Hill, Jean Dujardin, and Rob Reiner.




Source: Deadline | Permalink | United States [Country settings]

News comments (13 comments)


rotatingfish
 - Apr 19, 2013

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Great news. Let's hope Benicio del Toro and Daniel Day-Lewis are still attached. Oscar #4 for D.D.L.?

Abdrewes
 - Apr 19, 2013

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Nice to see he's still very active. I can't wait for 'Wolf'!

vader4
 - Apr 19, 2013

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Cool! Always great to see a new Scorsese film.

CandyStalker
 - Apr 19, 2013

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(Matthew McConaughey still getting work... Wow. What is he, bullet-proof?)

Give 'em hell, Marty! Would love another Pesci collaboration though.

cmay13
 - Apr 19, 2013

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This has been in development for a while. I wonder if Daniel Day is still attached to star

dirtylemons
 - Apr 19, 2013

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Glad to hear an update on this. It sounded really interesting, most especially (obviously) because it's relatively unconventional for Scorsese, who really doesn't get enough credit for his diversity.

noirjunkie
 - Apr 19, 2013

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The novel is excellent. If anyone can do it justice, it's Scorsese.

mishal
 - Apr 20, 2013

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@CandyStalker

And he's also starring in Christopher Nolan's Interstellar. 2014 is Matthew McConaughey's year.

Adrian Brown
 - Apr 20, 2013

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Curious, no mention of Masahiro Shinoda's movie adaptation of the same novel Silence from 1971, which was issued on DVD by Eureka in 2007. That Scorsese would do a remake of the movie was announced many years ago; and recently, when the producers wanted to sue Scorsese for breach of contract as he was delaying this project indefinitely it seemed.

pro-bassoonist
 - Apr 20, 2013

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@Adrian Brown - This isn't correct. Scorsese has always been very clear that he is interested in filming the novel. It was never officially stated that he "would do a remake".

After the controversy surrounding The Last Temptation of Christ, there was never really a party firmly committed to financing this project. Now, as reported, it appears that there is.

Very big difference.

Pro-B

eChopper
 - Apr 20, 2013

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but please , no Leonardo as a Jesuit

BadBogey
 - Apr 20, 2013

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I'm always up for a new Scorsese movie but would MUCH prefer that the long rumored movie The Irishman get made first. Lets hope that's next on the schedule after Silence. The Irishman was suppossedly going to have Robert DeNiro, Al Pacino and Joe Pesci and Harvey Keitel all starring. If that could be made soon that would be amazing, it would also be awesome if The Irishman could also have DiCaprio as a star in it as well. It would be like the Martin Scorsese dream team movie. Hype would be off the charts for that movie!

oscarstegland
 - Apr 22, 2013

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DiCaprio is a fantastic actor but over the past few years he's chosen to do increasingly shoddy projects. Django was the first performance of his in several years that kind of captured me. He needs to go out and be more versatile.

Only doing heavy dramas for the rest of your life is just going to end up with him being typecast (which he already is) as the brooding dark man.

I still consider his best performance to be Basketball Diaries, and of late nothing of his has really interested me (except, of course, Django).


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