Killers of the Flower Moon (TBD)

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Is there anything close to De Niro/Scorsese in terms of actor/director partnership?

I mean, it was already all-time great, but now with this and Irishman, their collaboration will have a 47-year span and ten films (most of them being classics and I assume these next two are going to be at least very good)

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Now Where Was I ? wrote:
December 3rd, 2018, 6:47 pm
Is there anything close to De Niro/Scorsese in terms of actor/director partnership?

I mean, it was already all-time great, but now with this and Irishman, their collaboration will have a 47-year span and ten films (most of them being classics and I assume these next two are going to be at least very good)
Scorsese and DiCaprio is getting close to his partnership with DeNiro tbh.

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Eric Roth about the project
https://www.thewrap.com/star-is-born-wr ... lady-gaga/
He has been working on Scorsese’s film for “probably five years,” however.

“Martin is the most inventive man I’ve ever worked with — certainly, he encourages you to be the most imaginative and I have a good imagination… It’s set between 1920 and 1925, and I think it can be one of the last great Westerns. He wants to make one big Western — this will be the last of its kind, I promise you.”
Can't wait !

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Nolan62 wrote:
December 21st, 2018, 6:11 pm
Eric Roth about the project
https://www.thewrap.com/star-is-born-wr ... lady-gaga/
He has been working on Scorsese’s film for “probably five years,” however.

“Martin is the most inventive man I’ve ever worked with — certainly, he encourages you to be the most imaginative and I have a good imagination… It’s set between 1920 and 1925, and I think it can be one of the last great Westerns. He wants to make one big Western — this will be the last of its kind, I promise you.”
Can't wait !
Obviously I knew there was a huge Native American element to this story but did not expect them to make a Western?! This is awesome news, that’s very different for Scorsese.

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Killers of the Flower Moon, I think, is one of the great stories that one could tell. I think any good writer would do this justice; it’s such a powerful piece, and it’ll be Marty Scorsese basically doing a Western.

Things don’t happen always as you want, but I would say it would be late next summer, he’d start [shooting], early fall. I know how much [Scorsese] loves it, and I’m just sending literally this morning the last of this iteration of the script. Then, I’m sure we’ll start rewriting again.
https://deadline.com/2019/02/a-star-is- ... 202555552/

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Panapaok wrote:
February 19th, 2019, 2:36 pm
Killers of the Flower Moon, I think, is one of the great stories that one could tell. I think any good writer would do this justice; it’s such a powerful piece, and it’ll be Marty Scorsese basically doing a Western.

Things don’t happen always as you want, but I would say it would be late next summer, he’d start [shooting], early fall. I know how much [Scorsese] loves it, and I’m just sending literally this morning the last of this iteration of the script. Then, I’m sure we’ll start rewriting again.
https://deadline.com/2019/02/a-star-is- ... 202555552/
CAN'T WAIT.

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The more I hear about this the more it sounds like a more thematically rich and relevant story to tell than Devil.

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