Discussion in 'Misc. Films' started by kvz5, Mar 16, 2012.
I was hoping for "The Irishman" to be his next film. DeNiro, Scorsese, Pesci, Pacino....awww that would ve been awesome.
I'm sure this will be excellent but yeah I wouldn't mind The Irishman or Frankie Machine.
I wanted "Silence".
Silence had Daniel Day Lewis, Benicio del Toro and Gael Garcia Bernal right?
This sounds really good but I hope they change the title.
Everytime I hear it, I think it sounds like a Seth Graham-Smith mashup of Oliver Stone's Wall Street and werewolves.
Same here I watched the original Japanese version and I really wanted to see what Scorese could do with the material.
We live in a new era where generic titles rein supreme. Because of that, I hope that they don't change the title to "The Wolf".
It'll totally be "The Wolf", you watch.
Just like The Invention of Hugo Cabret being reduced to the lifeless "Hugo."
I still haven't forgiven Weinstein for changing Cogan's Trade to... Killing Them Softly. Yuck.
Heh, that is a good point.
They should also make a movie about Goldman Sachs and call it The Vampire Squid of Wall Street.
Hey, I ve got a very important question. PLEASE answer me.
"The Irishman" by Scorsese.Is this movie still happening or has it been scrapped? I mean, what is the latest information about it? Can anyone tell me? I need this movie to happen. DE NIRO , PESCI, PACINO directed by SCORSESE.
What more can one ask for?
It'll probably happen. But re-cast with Dicaprio instead.
Dammit, I wanted Silence as well.
I hope Scorsese does the Irishman next after this
He probably won t. I think he will only work with DiCaprio from now on. The De Niro times are over.
Jonah Hill joins cast
Get ready for Two time Academy Award nominee Jonah Hill?
where is the problem? he will be a side character like in Moneyball. he was very good and entertaining.
Whoa, DiCaprio really is everywhere, isn't he? Between this, Django Unchained, and The Great Gatsby, he seems to have a hand in every huge movie coming in these two years.
Hill is an entertaining chap.
F*** Jonah Hill. He has too modes: Obnoxious and bland.
DiCaprio REALLY wants his Oscar.
I think it's good that Jonah Hill is continuing with his share of dramatic roles, I wouldn't nominate him for his performance in Moneyball myself but he handled himself better than I expected and teaming up with Scorsese would be interesting to see.