Francesca Scorsese's prank could have turned "The Irishman" director into a raging bull.
“Parasite,” “Hustlers” and “Little Women” are among the year’s highlights.
The 22nd Amendment bars a president from serving more than two terms, but "The Irishman" star is nevertheless worried.
"Nobody owns cinema. We don't own cinema. You don't own cinema. Scorsese doesn't own cinema," Anthony Russo said.
"The Irishman" filmmaker steps up his criticism of Marvel with a warning about predictable corporate franchise films.
Classics like "Step Brothers" and a new Martin Scorsese movie debut.
The actor made the revelation while addressing Martin Scorsese's criticism of Marvel movies.
The Oscar-winning director won't even deign to watch one in its entirety.
The gangster epic reunites the director with "Goodfellas" stars Robert De Niro and Joe Pesci.
A new Martin Scorsese movie debuts.