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Not So Fast On ‘Hey Ho, Let’s Go’

28 August 2014 8:39 AM, PDT | Deadline New York | See recent Deadline New York news »

I’m seeing all these trade dispatches on a movie about The Ramones with Martin Scorsese, which came out of a Billboard story where the family mentioned various possible projects timed to the seminal punk band’s 40th anniversary. Here’s the truth: there is no script. Scorsese has an attachment, but he has also so many obligations, he might want to be sedated.

Scorsese is posting the pilot he directed for the HBO ’70s rock and roll series he’s doing with Mick Jagger and Boardwalk Empire creator Terence Winter; he next directs Silence, an adaptation of the Shusaku Endo novel that has taken Scorsese about two decades to finally get to, and is the kind of movie that takes a lot of time. He’s also going to direct the pilot for Ashecliffe, the Dennis Lehane-scripted series based on Shutter Island. Then there are many other projects he’s percolating, »

- Mike Fleming Jr

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Martin Scorsese May Direct a Film on Iconic Punk Band The Ramones

28 August 2014 7:39 AM, PDT | firstshowing.net | See recent FirstShowing.net news »

Having worked with The Rolling Stones on a few documentaries, not to mention putting plenty of classic rock tunes in his films, director Martin Scorsese is no stranger to the music scene. And now it sounds like he might finally bring his love for rock to the big screen in a non-documentary film. A report from Billboard (via The Film Stage) talking about plans for the 40th anniversary of the first album of iconic punk rock band The Ramones briefly mentions that Scorsese is attached to direct a feature film. While this could easily be another documentary film that Scorsese could direct, the wording in the article seems to indicate otherwise. Billboard talks about a documentary film that is already in the works and then continues, "The documentary is just one of several projects in the works. Among the others are a theatrical play, a book and a film, which »

- Ethan Anderton

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Martin Scorsese to direct biopic on The Ramones

28 August 2014 6:38 AM, PDT | SoundOnSight | See recent SoundOnSight news »

As part of a 40th Anniversary celebration of the band’s 1976 debut album, Billboard is reporting that Martin Scorsese is attached to direct a biopic on the iconic punk rock band the Ramones.

The last surviving member of the band Tommy Ramone passed away last month, and now their manager of their estate, Jeff Jampol, intends to focus on the band’s complete legacy, planning a book, documentary, play and remastered music.

Scorsese is the type of director who would be an excellent choice for just about any project, but he has the musical background with concert films The Last Waltz (The Band), No Direction Home (Bob Dylan), Shine a Light (The Rolling Stones), and documentary George Harrison: Living in the Material World, as well as plans for a biopic on Frank Sinatra.

Currently Scorsese is in pre-production on Silence, a drama about two Jesuit priests in the 17th Century »

- Brian Welk

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Martin Scorsese Reportedly Directing A Feature Film About Punk Legends The Ramones

27 August 2014 2:55 PM, PDT | The Playlist | See recent The Playlist news »

Martin Scorsese's rock 'n roll bonafides have never been in doubt. From his longtime association with The Rolling Stones (he's used their music in countless films and also directed the concert doc "Shine A Light") to helming the legendary "The Last Waltz," as well as the Bob Dylan pic "No Direction Home," the filmmaker is an ardent music lover. Even the energy of his films seems electric; "The Wolf Of Wall Street" is a fast moving opus of excess that's almost like one long, blistering guitar solo. And now, Scorsese may channel the punk spirit of that movie into a music biopic. According to Billboard, Scorsese is attached to direct a feature film about New York City's punk rock icons, The Ramones. This is all part of a brewing revival of the band, which will includes a book, a theatrical play, fashion tie-ins and much more, because merchandising and branding is hella punk. »

- Kevin Jagernauth

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Under the Dome Recap: Seeing Red

25 August 2014 8:05 PM, PDT | TVLine.com | See recent TVLine.com news »

It’s just like The Rolling Stones used to sing: “I see a red door and I want it… to take me through the space-time continuum into a new and unfamiliar place.”

Ok, I may have gotten that lyric wrong.

Regardless, the ninth installment of Under the Dome‘s second season — titled “The Red Door” — indeed brought us somewhere new: a few steps closer to understanding why the dome came down three weeks ago (as Barbie’s voiceover so often reminds us).

Related  Big Bang Theory Wedding Scoop: Find Out Why Penny and Leonard Probably Won’t Tie the Knot »

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‘Shutter Island’ Prequel ‘Ashecliffe’ Locked Up With Scorsese On HBO

25 August 2014 2:46 PM, PDT | The Hollywood News | See recent The Hollywood News news »

It started as a novel by Dennis Lehane and became an overheated tale of menace on the big screen starring Leonardo DiCaprio. HBO clearly couldn’t get enough of the concept as they are bringing Shutter Island to the small screen in the shape of a TV prequel called Ashecliffe. And to show they’re not messing around Lehane has been hired to write the pilot with none other than the movie’s director Martin Scorsese returning to line the lens.

The original plot saw a Us Marshal investigate a remote facility for the criminally insane, in the process losing some of his own marbles as reality and fantasy became blurred. It made an entertaining if heavy-going film but how will the concept translate to a multi-episode format? Lehane hopefully has some aces up his sleeve by way of an origin story and an increasingly TV-friendly Scorsese should deliver on the visual front. »

- Steve Palace

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‘Shutter Island’ TV Series ‘Ashecliffe’ Being Developed by HBO

25 August 2014 1:29 PM, PDT | ScreenRant.com | See recent Screen Rant news »

HBO’s Martin Scorsese-produced period drama Boardwalk Empire series is about to embark upon its final season, but the network and legendary filmmaker have already begun developing multiple projects for the future. One such venture is a currently-untitled 1970s-set rock n roll drama that Mick Jagger is also backing, while another is titled Ashecliffe: a series inspired by the novel-turned film adaptation Shutter Island, which Scorsese directed.

Shutter Island, based on the novel by author/screenwriter Dennis Lehane, is a 1950s-set mystery/thriller that follows U.S. Marshall Teddy Daniels (Leonardo DiCaprio) as he investigates the mysterious disappearance of a resident at Boston’s Shutter Island Ashecliffe Hospital – an institution for the criminally insane. Deadline is reporting that the Ashecliffe ...

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- Sandy Schaefer

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Martin Scorsese Developing Shutter Island TV Series

25 August 2014 12:21 PM, PDT | EmpireOnline | See recent EmpireOnline news »

Martin Scorsese is no stranger to the small screen, and particularly not to HBO where he was part of the team behind Boardwalk Empire and where he has set up a new, untitled music drama with Mick Jagger. He’ll be overseeing the transition of one of his films from the big screen to the small next, making a deal to turn 2010's Shutter Island into a potential series for the Us cable channel.Paramount TV boss Amy Powell hatched the idea for a show, and pitched it to Scorsese’s team. He liked it enough to recruit Dennis Lehane, who wrote the original novel and will script the pilot episode for Scorsese to direct.Currently titled Ashecliffe, the story will be set at the psychiatric hospital in the years before the events of the movie. The focus will be on Ashecliffe’s dark, corrupt past and the misdeeds of »

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HBO, Paramount Plot ‘Shutter Island’ Series ‘Ashecliffe’ With Martin Scorsese And Dennis Lehane

25 August 2014 10:30 AM, PDT | Deadline New York | See recent Deadline New York news »

Exclusive: As the TV biz prepares to celebrate another ground breaking year tonight, underwritten in no small effort by feature talent, the remarkable thing to consider is how much more of this is coming. Here’s one that has great potential: HBO and Paramount Television are making deals to turn the 2010 hit film Shutter Island into a TV series. Tentatively titled Ashecliffe, the plan is for the pilot to be directed by Martin Scorsese from a script by Dennis Lehane, who wrote the bestselling thriller novel that Scorsese and screenwriter Laeta Kalogridis turned into the hit film that Leonardo DiCaprio starred in.

Ashecliffe is the name of the isolated mental hospital where the movie took place, and the series begins before the events of the film. The focus is the past of hospital, and the secrets and misdeeds perpetrated by its founders who erected the hospital in the early 20th »

- Mike Fleming Jr

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HBO, Martin Scorsese Team for 'Shutter Island' TV Spinoff 'Ashecliffe'

25 August 2014 7:41 AM, PDT | Moviefone | See recent Moviefone news »

While everyone is thinking about television and their favorite shows (and stars) in anticipation of tonight's Emmys, deals are still happening - including one that is sure to keep HBO at the top of the heap. According to Deadline, Martin Scorsese is teaming with HBO and Paramount Television to turn his smash 2010 thriller "Shutter Island" into a television series for the premium cable network. The show is "tentatively" called Ashecliffe, and current plans have Dennis Lehane, who wrote the novel that the film was based on, penning the pilot, with Scorsese directing. This could be good.

The original film starred Leonard DiCaprio as a federal agent in the fifties who is tasked with uncovering the truth behind a missing person reported at Ashecliffe, an island home for the psychologically disturbed. (DiCaprio will be an executive producer on the new series.) There are twists and turns galore, with Scorsese tipping his »

- Drew Taylor

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Friday News: McGann, Hines, The Pandorica and a Tour Around Glasgow!

21 August 2014 7:24 PM, PDT | Kasterborous.com | See recent Kasterborous news »

Danny_Weasel is a writer at Kasterborous Doctor Who News and Reviews - All the latest Doctor Who news and reviews with our weekly podKast, features and interviews, and a long-running forum.

Today’s newsblast features multiple Doctors in discussion, the opening of a box, Radiophonic Workshop vs The Rolling Stones and a sex scene that will make you wish you didn’t have eyes. Two Doctors and an Evil Genius No, I don’t mean the Master! I mean The Moff alongside the Eighth Doctor Paul McGann and  his

The post Friday News: McGann, Hines, The Pandorica and a Tour Around Glasgow! appeared first on Kasterborous Doctor Who News and Reviews. »

- Danny_Weasel

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10 Questions We Have for the Updated 'SNL' Oral History

20 August 2014 5:35 PM, PDT | Hitfix | See recent Hitfix news »

The fabulous "SNL" oral history "Live from New York," which was first published in 2002, is getting a 200-page update with plenty of inside scoops about Sarah Palin, Hillary Clinton, and the origins of Bill Hader's Eliot Spitzer impression. We can't wait for the new edition, and we hope we learn the answers to these 11 questions about the show's run from 2002 up until the present.  1. Did anyone else fear that Ashlee Simpson would flub on TV? How often do performers lip-sync? Lip-syncing on TV is no scandal, but it's rare that you see "SNL" artists attempt it. When Ashlee Simpson's "wrong tape" debacle foreshadowed by anyone in the studio? I remember watching her MTV docuseries where she seemed pretty sick before the performance.  2. How terrible was it dealing with Paris Hilton during her hosting stint? Tina Fey claimed on Howard Stern's show that Paris Hilton was a nightmare. »

- Louis Virtel

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The Story Behind Michael Jackson's New Video

15 August 2014 3:45 PM, PDT | PEOPLE.com | See recent PEOPLE.com news »

Michael Jackson's latest music video is already making history as the first to debut on Twitter. Late Wednesday, the video for "A Place with No Name" - the new release from Jackson's posthumous Xscape album - was Tweeted out to his 1.66 million followers with the message: "It's time! The first ever premiere of 'A Place With No Name' right now on Twitter." Here are three things to know about the late singer's new video: 1. It features a mix of old and new footage. The video begins with a black-and-white scene featuring a male driving through a desert in his Jeep, »

- Gabrielle Olya, @gabyolya

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The Story Behind Michael Jackson's New Video

15 August 2014 3:45 PM, PDT | PEOPLE.com | See recent PEOPLE.com news »

Michael Jackson's latest music video is already making history as the first to debut on Twitter. Late Wednesday, the video for "A Place with No Name" - the new release from Jackson's posthumous Xscape album - was Tweeted out to his 1.66 million followers with the message: "It's time! The first ever premiere of 'A Place With No Name' right now on Twitter." Here are three things to know about the late singer's new video: 1. It features a mix of old and new footage. The video begins with a black-and-white scene featuring a male driving through a desert in his Jeep, »

- Gabrielle Olya, @gabyolya

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‘Today’ vs. ‘Good Morning America': Morning News Race Heats Up TV’s Fiercest Duel

12 August 2014 10:00 AM, PDT | Variety - TV News | See recent Variety - TV News news »

Like most duels, this one starts at dawn.

About 5,000 people, some of them dressed in purple wigs or stars-and-stripes hats, have lined up outside Rumsey Playfield in New York’s Central Park in the wee hours of what will turn out to be a beautiful June morning. The attraction? A chance to watch Jennifer Lopez debut songs from her latest album on the nation’s most-watched morning show, ABC’s “Good Morning America.”

Tom Cibrowski, the show’s senior executive producer, shows me a helicopter flying high above. The whirlybird is taking shots of this spectacle, which has a difficulty factor, logistically speaking, of 11. George Stephanopoulos, Amy Robach and other members of the “Gma” on-air team have had to tape segments during ad breaks to gain time to be ferried up to the concert site while the show is being broadcast. No matter. Securing J. Lo, says Cibrowski, represents “one »

- Brian Steinberg

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Marianne Faithfull Claims Her Ex Killed Jim Morrison

7 August 2014 1:15 PM, PDT | PEOPLE.com | See recent PEOPLE.com news »

Jim Morrison's lonely death in a Paris bathtub in 1971 is one of rock's greatest obsessed-over mysteries. Multiple conspiracy theories abound, mostly surrounding the actual location of The Doors frontman's fatal overdose, but someone close to the source - as it were - has emerged with new details about the Lizard King's demise. Singer/songwriter and famous ex of Mick Jagger, Marianne Faithfull, recently gave an interview to Mojo in which she confessed to apparent knowledge of the circumstances surrounding Morrison's death. Faithfull said that she was dating a heroin dealer named Jean de Breteuil at the time, and told the magazine, »

- Alex Heigl, @alex_heigl

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Mick Jagger, Judi Dench, Simon Cowell, Others Urge Scotland to Stay in U.K.

7 August 2014 6:28 AM, PDT | The Hollywood Reporter | See recent The Hollywood Reporter news »

London – Rolling Stones legend Mick Jagger has joined a who’s who of British celebrities urging Scotland to remain part of the U.K. ahead of a historic Sept. 18 independence vote. The singer signed a letter alongside more than 200 stars from the worlds of film, arts, sports and literature, including 44 BAFTA winners. Other names on the list include Simon Cowell, Helena Bonham Carter, Steve Coogan, Patrick Stewart, Judi Dench, Eddie Izzard, Sting and Dominic West. Photos Brit Awards 2014: Show Highlights Addressed to the "Dear Voters of Scotland," the letter acknowledged that the decision would have a

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- Alex Ritman

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Peter Travers on 'Get on Up': Chadwick Boseman is a 'Powerhouse'

7 August 2014 3:49 AM, PDT | Rollingstone.com | See recent Rolling Stone news »

Peter Travers may not be dancing in his seat for Get on Up, the new James Brown biopic he highlights this week on At the Movies, but he's certainly offering a standing ovation for the film's star, Chadwick Boseman: "He's just 100-percent great, a powerhouse," Travers lauds.

With Mick Jagger on board as producer, Get on Up was able to secure the rights to Brown's music, and as with Jamie Foxx in Ray, the singing Boseman did on set was eventually replaced by the Godfather of Soul's actual vocal tracks. »

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Ricky Gervais Plans 'The Office' Spin-Off Movie Featuring David Brent

5 August 2014 12:08 PM, PDT | MovieWeb | See recent MovieWeb news »

BBC Films announced today that Ricky Gervais is bringing back his popular character David Brent from the original U.K. version of The Office for a new theatrical spin-off movie entitled Life on the Road, which will go into production next year. Check out the first official image from the movie, then take a look at the official press release below for more details.

Multi award winning comedy actor, writer & director Ricky Gervais is developing a brand new movie, based on his creation David Brent, the focus of his global hit series, The Office.

Life on the Road is currently being developed with BBC Films and goes in to production in 2015. We find out what Brent is doing now and what's happened in the last 15 years since his redundancy from his beloved Wernham Hogg. He's a sales rep now, selling cleaning products up and down the country, but has never »

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‘The Office’ Spin-Off To Start Production In 2015

5 August 2014 12:06 PM, PDT | The Hollywood News | See recent The Hollywood News news »

It’s been in the pipeline for a while now but fans of ‘The Office’ can breathe a sigh of relief because BBC has announced that a movie version will be coming, called Life On The Road. It will start filming in 2015 and obviously star Ricky Gervais.

A press release was published saying:

We find out what Brent is doing now and what’s happened in the last 15 years since his redundancy from his beloved Wernham Hogg. He’s a sales rep now, selling cleaning products up and down the country, but has never really given up on his dream of being a rock star.

The film will follow our beloved David Brent as he travels across the UK, which he thinks will be like when Martin Scorcese followed The Rolling Stones. I’m sure it will be just like that…

What do you think; will it follow in the »

- Ellen Daniels

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