Following their successful collaboration on last year's The Wolf of Wall Street, Paramount Pictures has acquired director Martin Scorsese's next project, Silence, slated for release in November 2015.

While a specific release date has not been announced, a number of high-profile projects have already staked November 2015 dates, including Sony's Bond 24 (November 6, 2015), New Line's Friday the 13th reboot (November 13, 2015), Lionsgate's The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 2 (November 20, 2015) and Pixar's The Good Dinosaur (November 25, 2015).

Silence, which Martin Scorsese has wanted to make for over a decade, is based on Shusako Endo's novel that follows two Jesuit priests in the 17th Century, who journey to Japan upon learning that their mentor has abandoned the church. They face violence and persecution along their journey in this foreign land. Andrew Garfield stars as one of the priests, with Ken Watanabe portraying his Japanese interpreter. Liam Neeson, Issei Ogata and Adam Driver also star in unspecified roles.

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Jay Cocks (Gangs of New York) wrote the adapted screenplay, with George Furla and Randall Emmett producing and financing the drama. Irwin Winkler and Emma Tillinger Koskoff are also producing. Shooting will get under way soon in Taiwan.

Aside from The Wolf of Wall Street, Paramount has also released Martin Scorsese's last three movies, Hugo, Shutter Island and Best Picture winner The Departed.