The director of "No" and "Tony Manero" is in negotiations to take the reins of Universal's classic immigrant tale
Those "outraged" by "The Wolf of Wall Street" suggest it glorifies despicable and illegal behavior in pursuit of the American dream. But come on --...
The studio plans a new interpretation of the gangster story already made famous by Paul Muni and Al Pacino
Cast reunites on the eve of the 1983's Blu-ray release; Emmy party circuit heats up
Brian De Palma's ultra-violent drug-gang drama will play at 475 theaters nationwide for a one-night digital-cinema run August 31; event set to support Blu-ray release