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Martin Scorsese might have just turned 70 (here's our tribute piece in case you missed it) but he's showing no signs of letting up. The director recently wrapped on "The Wolf Of Wall Street," his reteam with Leonardo DiCaprio that's due next year, and he's got plenty of other projects lined up too, including producing a documentary on Roger Ebert, directing a Garth Brooks concert movie, reuniting with Robert De Niro on "I Heard You Paint Houses," possibly helming Scandinavian thriller "The Snowman," and his long-gestating Sinatra biopic. But it looks like we've got another one to add to the slate, with Scorsese taking a leaf from Jonathan Demme's book, and making a film about a recent former president. But rather than Jimmy Carter, it's Bill Clinton, as a press release has revealed that Scorsese will produce and direct a documentary about the 42nd president. The press release reads, in full : New York, »

- Oliver Lyttelton

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