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Trailer Watch: Scorsese's Boardwalk Empire

by Anne Thompson
March 16, 2010 12:39 PM
2 Comments
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Many top directors are turning to HBO. Given the level of interest in quality dramas for adults at the studios, who wouldn't? HBO's the last place willing to spend big bucks for that kind of cinema.

I'm salivating over this trailer for Martin Scorsese's pilot for the 12-part 1920s Atlantic City series Boardwalk Empire, starring Steve Buscemi, Kelly Macdonald, Michael Kenneth Williams, Dabney Coleman, Michael Stuhlbarg, Michael Pitt and Michael Shannon. Terence Winter, a producer on The Sopranos, created the series with Scorsese. HBO plans a September debut.


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More: Directors, Video, TV, Martin Scorsese, Trailers, HBO

2 Comments

  • ttt 2010 | September 21, 2010 2:57 AMReply

    While latest figures for 'peacetime' genocide decades AFTER
    WW2 are upgraded to over 80 MILLION in Hollywood's 'fave'
    cheap labor source and mass market paradise ACROSS the Pacific

    AND as BOTH the 20th anniversary of the Tiennamen Massacrre
    AND the urgently, eerily relevant 60th anniversary of the KOREAN WAR
    are, AGAIN, 'mysteriously overlooked'

    ---YET MORE seen-to-death/done-to-death franchise slum
    mafia 'product' from the NEVER deeply moving but once compelling,
    TOO LONG RICH ---Martin Scorsese...

    Do ANY of these Boomers EVER move on ---to anything??---EVER???

  • mitkid | March 17, 2010 2:57 AMReply

    I don't know why HBO does such great work, but I sure hope they keep doing it. Genius trailer.

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