The Dreams of Martin Scorsese

 Wesley Mann

SCORSESE'S ADAPTATIONS

Hugo (2011) | Paramount

Screenwriter : John Logan
Adapted from: The Invention of Hugo Cabret (2007) by Brian Selznick

Shutter Island (2010) Paramount

Screenwriter: Laeta Kalogridis
Zero nominations | $294.8m worldwide
Adapted from: Shutter Island (2003) by Dennis Lehane

Bringing Out the Dead (1999) Paramount

Screenwriter: Paul Schrader
Zero nominations | $16.8m worldwide
Adapted from: Bringing Out the Dead (1998) by Joe Connelly

Casino (1995) Universal

Screenwriters: Nicholas Pileggi & Scorsese
One nomination | $116.1m worldwide
Adapted from: Casino: Love and Honor in Las Vegas (1995) by Nicholas Pileggi

The Age of Innocence 1993 | Columbia

Screenwriters: Jay Cocks & Scorsese
Five nominations, one win | $32.3m worldwide
Adapted from: The Age of Innocence (1920) by Edith Wharton

Cape Fear (1991) Universal

Screenwriter: Wesley Strick
Two nominations | $182.3m worldwide
Adapted from: The Executioners (1957) by John D. MacDonald

Goodfellas 1990 | Warner Bros.

Screenwriters: Nicholas Pileggi & Scorsese
Six nominations, one win | $46.8m worldwide
Adapted from: Wiseguy (1986)  by Nicholas Pileggi

The Last Temptation of Christ (1988) Universal

Screenwriter: Paul Schrader
One nomination | $8.4m worldwide
Adapted from: The Last Temptation (1953) by Nikos Kazantzakis

The Color of Money (1986) Buena Vista

Screenwriter: Richard Price
Four nominations, one win | $52.3m worldwide
Adapted from: The Color of Money (1984) by Walter Tevis

Raging Bull (1980) MGM

Screenwriters: Paul Schrader & Mardik Martin
Eight nominations, two wins | $23.4m worldwide
Adapted from: Raging Bull: My Story (1970) by Jake La Motta

Boxcar Bertha (1972) American International Pictures

Screenwriters: Joyce H. & John William Corrington
Zero nominations
Adapted from: Sisters of the Road (1937) by Dr. Ben L. Reitman

 

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