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Scorsese

Martin. born 1942, US film director, whose films include Taxi Driver (1976), Raging Bull (1980), the controversial The Last Temptation of Christ (1988), Casino (1995), and Gangs of New York (2002)
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The upcoming Netflix drama reunites Scorsese with his 'Gangs of New York' screenwriter Steve Zaillian, who has adapted it from Charles Brandt's novel 'I Heard You Paint Houses'.
"It's in the milieu of the pictures we've done together and are known for, in a sense, but I hope from a different vantage point," Scorsese said earlier this year at a Tribeca Film Festival event.
Scorsese's unconventional work shows Dylan in a playful mood, donning masks and bringing an eccentric charisma to the stage with collaborators.
Part documentary, part concert film, part fever dream, 'Rolling Thunder' is a one of a kind experience, from master filmmaker Martin Scorsese."
"What would this be?" Scorsese joked while handing him the award.
DiCaprio has appeared in five of Scorsese's films till now.
In (http://www.ibtimes.com/lethal-weapon-season-2-episode-8-will-reveal-scorseses-real-name-2618877) Season 2, episode 8 , Scorsese's real name was finally revealed to be Bernard.
Scorsese earned renown for helming contemporary classic films that tackle the subjects of violence, urban living, poverty, crime and other edgy, dark themes.
Scorsese spent much of his early career working with De Niro, and their collaborations have birthed some of cinema's finest output.
Scorsese, 74, said one big challenge will be making the 73-year-old De Niro look as young as 30 in some scenes.
This pre-production history suggests several origin points for Alice: the property emerged from Getchell's screenplay, and it was the intervention of its star, Burstyn, and production executive Calley that brought Scorsese to the director's chair.
If "Apocalypse Now" was a modern twist on "Heart of Darkness," then "Silence" could fairly be viewed as Scorsese's own take on that paradigm.