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Martin Scorsese is one of the best directors of Hollywood to date. He has inspired many directors of this generation and will inspire the new generations of directors too. He has directed some of the greatest movies of all time like Goodfellas, Taxi Driver, The Aviator, The Departed, The wolf of wall street, Raging Bull, with many more. He recently directed The Irishman, which was also an amazing movie.
Leonardo DiCaprio is the best actor in Hollywood to date. He is one of the biggest celebrities in Hollywood as well as other film industries around the world. He never fails to surprise us, whether he is playing a hero or a villain. He was recently seen in Quentin Tarantino’s Once Upon A Time In Hollywood, and he did an amazing job in it. He has acted in again some of the greatest movies of all time like James Cameron’s Titanic, Alejandro González Iñárritu’s The Revenant, Christopher Nolan’s Inception, Quentin Tarantino’s Django Unchained, and many more.
Jesse Plemons is also a great actor. We all know him because he played the character of Todd Alquist in Vince Gilligan’s Breaking Bad. He played the role with so passion that we hated his character. But he was famous way before we came to know him in Breaking Bad. He played Landry Clarke in Friday Night Lights which gave him the recognition he needed to survive in Hollywood. He also saw him in his same character Todd in Vince Gilligan’s El Camino: A Breaking Bad Movie. He was also present in a recent thriller I’m Thinking of Ending Things, directed by Charlie Kaufman. He is also playing the role of an FBI in Shaka King’s Judas and the Black Messiah.
NEWS ABOUT MARTIN’S NEW PROJECT:
The recent news is that In Martin Scorsese’s next project Killers of the Flower Moon, based on the novel by the same name by David Grann. Jesse Plemons got the lead role of the FBI who uncovered the case of that serial murders case. Leonardo DiCaprio who was originally playing the role of FBI is now not in the lead. He is in the movie as a side character. Jesse Plemons also worked with Martin Scorsese in The Irishman.
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