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Scorsese, DeNiro to Create New “Taxi Driver” With Von Trier?

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  An interesting bit of news coming out of Germany’s Berlinale Film Festival is only slightly more odd than the idea of Werner Herzog redoing Abel Ferrara’s “Bad Lieutenant” with Nic Gage (which, if you don’t remember, actually happened). According to multiple reports coming out of Berlin, Martin Scorsese and Robert DeNiro are currently mulling a remake of of their ... Read More »

What if Anderson, Tarantino, Goddard, or Lynch Directed The Super Bowl?

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  As we finalize our chips-and-dip plans for Super Bowl XLIV, we were pleased today to see SlateV’s nifty little vid offering speculative takes on what it would look like if some of our favorite filmmakers directed the “big game”. Here, classic tackles are given that extra Tarantino crunch a la “Kill Bill”, Eli Manning has a Lynchian freak out ... Read More »

Breaking Into Werner Herzog’s Predictably Crazy Rogue Film School

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It was one of those “I want to go to there” moments — Werner Herzog, perhaps the most mavericky maverick director ever, was convening a one-time-only “Rogue Film School”. It was almost as much as a surprise as the news that the director of “Aguirre: The Wrath of God” and “Grizzly Man” would also be the director of “Bad Lieutenant: ... Read More »

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