The Irishman Producer Says Scorsese’s Next Is Funny Like Goodfellas
There seems to be some similarities between and Goodfellas . Irishman after all. Project producer Jane Rosenthal said the two films had a remarkable sense of humor, although Thelma Schoonmaker, Scorsese's long-time editor, tried to escape comparisons. with the previous works of the director. With the same actors and director on board, there will surely be similarities, and being compared to Goodfellas is certainly not a bad thing at all. However, Schoonmaker pointed out The Irishman was well his own business.
The Irish will receive a dramatic twist Jane Rosenthal and his debut think that Martin Scorsesefans will want to see this one on the big screen rather than Netflix at home. To convey his point of view, the producer compared the experience of laughing at home by oneself or going to the theater. This is a good comparison, but many Scorsese fans probably already wanted to see the film on the big screen. Rosenthal explains.
"There will be some kind of theatrical component.You must have that.It's a different experience than watching it at home.In a theater, you can start laughing about something because that the following people The Irishman is very funny, much like Goodfellas was funny. "
Netflix announced The Irish will have a theatrical component, but the details have not been revealed so far. The film will obviously be available on the streaming service, though it's not clear if this particular project will have an in-theater release in advance. Netflix has fled this before, giving its subscribers the first chance to see their original content. Jane Rosenthal went on to talk about going to the movies to see The Irishman . She had this to say.
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"Marty is a genius in the way his moves are moving.You see them differently on a I watched Roma in a theater and the clarity of black and white on a big screen was so beautiful.It miss you when you look at it at home home, but at the same time you you find yourself in a situation where the public has more power than ever on how it wants to look at something. "
The Irishman should be A contender during the awards season and the Oscars were mentioned more than once when it comes to the unpublished film. Martin Scorsese is working closely with Industrial Light and Magic to lock aging technology before it is presented to an audience. Robert De Niro, Joe Pesci and Al Pacino all play younger versions of themselves for part of the film, so aging reduction technology is at the heart of the narrative.
Netflix has not yet scheduled release. date for The Irishman . They have not yet released a trailer. We had a teaser at the Oscars, but everything was in dialogue with a text on the screen announcing the release of this autumn without a specific date. The film already has a lot of hype around him, so it will be very interesting to see how it will be received when it is released. The Jane Rosenthal interview was originally conducted by Variety.