The viewing figures for The Irishman have been released, and the gangster epic proved to be a huge hit with Netflix subscribers.
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.
According to Stephen Graham, one of the movie's stars, the mobster is a 'distant uncle' of a certain guitar-wielding, tattooed singer-songwriter
The Goodfellas star took some flack for the ads, in which he played a gangster trying to muscle in on Warburtons' new bagel line, set at the company's Bolton HQ.
Martin Scorsese said that Marvel and other blockbusters represent a 'different cinema form'.
Robert Downey Jr has taken a measured view on Martin Scorsese's recent comments that the Marvel movies are 'not cinema'.
Samuel L. Jackson has clapped back at Martin Scorsese, after he denounced the Marvel movies as 'not cinema'.
The Irishman has been heaped with praise, with Martin Scorsese, Robert DeNiro, Joe Pesci and Al Pacino's work in particular being lauded.
Robert DeNiro's VFX transformation in Martin Scorsese's forthcoming mob movie The Irishman has been revealed in new pictures from Netflix.
The Christmas party scene, in which De Niro's Jimmy Conway chastises his fellow mobsters for spending money on flashy items – and demands they all get taken back – was re-shot in August 2015.
The runtime for Martin Scorsese's The Irishman has been revealed and – cushions at the ready – it will be his longest ever movie at a stunning three-and-a-half hours.
The Martin Scorsese picture uses de-aging technology for its cast, including Robert De Niro, Al Pacino and Joe Pesci.