Don’t toy with my emotions, Marty. Between you and Guillermo del Toro, my cinematic life is a series of ups and downs, from the depths of despair to the heights of hope.
At least, that’s my reaction to this latest news about Martin Scorsese’s next project. He’s promised that his next film will be Silence, and we’re holding him to that because … because I want to see the damn movie.
If you missed it, over the summer Scorsese got into a bit of a legal tiff with Cecchi Gori Pictures, the production company behind Silence, after he’d promised to make the film following Hugo and instead made The Wolf of Wall Street first. Now he’s renewed his promise to take it on next.
Silence is an adaptation of Shusako Endo’s novel about 17th Century Jesuit priests traveling to Japan to find their mentor. »
- Lauren Humphries-Brooks
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