Martin Scorsese

Scorsese, DiCaprio To Adapt 'Devil In The White City'Erik Larson's "The Devil in the White City" is finally headed to the big screen, with Martin Scorsese directing and Leonardo DiCaprio starring in it.
Oscar Pix And Predix: Best Picture, Best Director<img src="" align="right"/>Sunday evening’s Academy Awards telecast marks the fifth year in the era of the Best Picture Times Two experiment, and it would appear to have caught on.
Movie Review: 'The Wolf of Wall Street'<img src="" align="right" />Call it an invitation to enjoy but not admire, otherwise known as a missed opportunity.
Your Holiday Season Movie Preview GuideWhat are the new attractions moviegoers will be choosing among at multiplexes on this year’s final week and immediately beyond? Bill Wine has this survey...
Movie Review: 'Ender's Game'<img src="" align="right" /> This epic adventure may or may not launch a franchise, but it does stand alone as a generous helping of sci-fi food for thought.
Home Video Report: Early DeNiro-Scorsese CollaborationMartin Scorsese is probably responsible for more movie classics than any other American filmmaker, and to witness his early days just return to "Mean Streets," his 1973 gem.
Movie Review: 'Hugo'<img src="" align="right"/>Yep, director Martin Scorsese, for so long associated with dark crime dramas, delivers an ingenious and enchanting adventure about the early days of the movies. Not only is 'Hugo', ostensibly a kidflick, visually mesmerizing, it's also an enthralling and moving tribute to film artists of an earlier era who worked in a kind of obscurity that modern major moviemakers like Scorsese have long since left behind.
Legendary Filmmaker And Philadelphia Native Sidney Lumet Dies In NY At 86Speaking in his office above the Broadway theaters where he performed as a child, director Sidney Lumet was typically unpretentious in discussing his films, a body of work numbering more American classics than most have a right to contemplate.
Oscar Nominations: <em> They Wuz Robbed! </em>By now you've read or heard about the Oscar nominations. Well, KYW's Bill Wine begs to differ -- at least a bit.