The viewing figures for The Irishman have been released, and the gangster epic proved to be a huge hit with Netflix subscribers.
The actor-director said it's harder than it used to be for films like 'Motherless Brooklyn' to do well at the multiplex.
You may have heard – perhaps through the all-consuming social media commentary over the weekend – that Martin Scorsese's latest mob opus is now on Netflix.
At three and a half hours long, watching 'The Irishman' on Netflix in one stint is a tough ask. Here's when it's safe to pause for a break.
The director of 'Le Mans 66' and 'Logan' shares some of Martin Scorsese's comic book views, but thinks Marvel has become an easy target.
Kevin Feige, the head of Marvel Studios, has finally broken his silence on Martin Scorsese's comments about the Marvel movie franchise.
Adam McKay was clearly disappointed by Martin Scorsese's Marvel comments, but he still has some advice for the legendary director.
Chadwick Boseman has weighed into Martin Scorsese's comments on the Marvel Cinematic Universe, questioning the timing of his remarks.
In the story which won't go away, Martin Scorsese himself has sought to clarify his comments over the Marvel movies personally.
Bob Iger wants to talk movies with Martin Scorsese over a glass of wine. The Disney CEO and chairman was asked about the vaunted director's recent comments taking down the Marvel franchise, which ignited a ferocious debate about the artistic merit of such movies. “I don’t think he’s ever seen a Marvel film,” Iger told […]
Mary Poppins and Martin Scorsese aren't necessarily a natural fit, but nonetheless, Julie Andrews was all set to appear in the Goodfellas director's last movie The Wolf of Wall Street.
Joel Kinnaman described 'The Suicide Squad' as his 'first comedy' and praised James Gunn's script, as well as weighing in on the Martin Scorsese comic book movie debate.
Martin Scorsese said that Marvel and other blockbusters represent a 'different cinema form'.
The director of 'Hellboy' says it was wrong for Martin Scorsese to 'segregate' comic book movies away from the rest of cinema.
Bob Iger, the CEO of Disney, has said that if Martin Scorsese and Francis Ford Coppola 'want to bitch about movies, that's certainly their right'.
Francis Ford Coppola has followed his friend and contemporary Martin Scorsese is slating the Marvel movies.
Damon Lindelof, the creator of Lost and writer of Prometheus, has jumped on board the Martin Scorsese Marvel row, reckoning that the Goodfellas director might not be quite up to speed.