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Martin Scorsese Says He Only Has A Couple More Projects Left In Him Before Retirement


Martin Scorsese's upcoming The Wolf of Wall Street has spent most of the month building up an incredible amount of buzz. Critic's reviews for the the dark, dark comedy, which has a running time just one minute under three hours, are still embargoed, but the film has been ranked as one of the 10 best of the year by the American Film Institute and it picked up both Best Picture and Best Actor nods in the Musical and Comedy categories when the Golden Globe nominations were announced earlier this week. At age 71, Scorsese would appear to be continuing to work at the top of his game... but the sad truth is that his long and amazing career will likely come to an end in the next couple years.

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RetrospectRealm3276d ago

I really hope to see the Sinatra film and The Irishman. How great would it be if his last film was one with De Niro and Pesci in The Irishman for one last crack at the mob genre?

TheHergulaX3275d ago

I would like to see Leo DiCap in that mix as well, he has the look for it.

But I do agree with you.

But this news definitely hurts to read. My favorite director of all time: Martin Scorsese.

StarWarsFan3275d ago

At his age, I don't know if he should be predicting retirement after a couple future movies.