The director of Killers of the Flower Moon, Martin Scorsese shares a new controversial opinion on comic book movies.
DeNiro portrays villain William Hale in Martin Scorsese's epic about the real-life murders of Osage nation members.
The actor stated that he and Martin Scorsese didn't feel like the initial script "got to the heart" of the story they were trying to tell.
Martin Scorsese’s insistence on achieving historical accuracy with Killers of the Flower Moon inspired him to rewrite the film's script.
Roger Ebert consistently cited this director among his favorite filmmakers to ever live. And there are eleven Scorsese movies that he saw as perfect.
Martin Scorsese offers new details about his upcoming Jesus movie, which will come after Killers of the Flower Moon.
The latest trailer for Killers of the Flower Moon further teases the central performances from Leonardo DiCaprio, Robert De Niro, and Lily Gladstone.
A lot happened before, during, and after the making of Martin Scorsese movies. The following are some of the lesser-known details.
Martin Scorsese's Killers of the Flower Moon will be available for all moviegoers around the world.
Martin Scorsese & Leonardo DiCaprio to Reunite for Shipwreck Movie the Wager, Will Be Their Next Project
Martin Scorsese and Leonardo DiCaprio will unite once again for The Wager, with the pair planning to make the movie after Killers of the Flower Moon.
In these documentaries, one sees the other sides of Scorsese, namely the New York patron, the music and film historian, and the biographer.
Robbie and Scorsese worked together on The Wolf of Wall Street, a definitive 21st-Century film. Here's why they need to reunite once more.
The latest look at Killers of the Flower Moon reveals more of Leonardo DiCaprio and Robert De Niro in Martin Scorsese's acclaimed thriller.
Film Masters joins the ranks of Criterion to preserve the classics for the future, starting with The Giant Gila Monster and The Killer Shrews!
Twenty-four performances from Scorsese movies have garnered nominations at the Academy Awards, and five of those turned into gold.
After Hours stands as the funniest, boldest, and most energetic film of Martin Scorsese's entire career.