Martin Scorsese directs this Oscar-nominated family film, loaded with fantastic new special features.
The actor talks to a wide variety of filmmakers about the evolution of film to video cinematography in this new documentary from Chris Kenneally.
Woody Allen, David Fincher, Michel Hazanavicius, Alexander Payne, and Martin Scorsese are all vying for the award.
The filmmaker says he is considering the possibility but will only use if it's the right tool.
Matthew Michael Carnahan is adapting Jo Nesbo's novel centering on Harry Hole, a hard-drinking Norwegian detective who investigates a series of grisly murders.
The story follows a kidnapper who abducts married women at first snow of the season.
Martin Scorsese channel's Back to the Future with this latest look at his upcoming 3D family film, in theaters this November.
Leonardo DiCaprio is wanted for the lead in this remake of the 1974 James Caan drama.
Martin Scorsese directs Asa Butterfield, Ben Kingsley, Chloe Moretz, and Sacha Baron Cohen in his first ever 3D movie
The two companies will also share joint distribution on A Royal Affair.
The controversial director will document Scorsese as he revisits his seminal classic, attempting to remake the film five times.
Paramount Pictures also confirms a new November release date for Martin Scorsese's 3D family adventure Hugo Cabret.
Paramount Pictures will now distribute Martin Scorsese's 3D adaptation of the popular children's novel.
This true-life tale chronicles the rise and fall of Jordan Belmont, a young broker who swindled investors out of millions of dollars.
Check out the complete list of 2011 Director's Guild of America Award winners! Tom Hooper pulls off the upset win for The King's Speech while Charles Ferguson wins for his doc, Inside Job.
The producer behind the Angelina Jolie/Johnny Depp thriller also talks Martin Scorsese's Hugo Cabret.
The man behind the original is reportedly developing this prequel series to the 1990 movie with his Goodfellas co-writer Nicholas Pileggi.
Joe Pesci is also circling this Martin Scorsese project based on ruthless mob assassin Frank "The Irishman" Sheeran.
Production has started in London on the new film based off Brian Selznick's book.
Al Pacino would play Frank Sinatra while Robert De Niro would play Dean Martin.