Martin Scorsese to helm a documentary based on 1970s music industry in New York?

Martin Scorsese who made headlines recently for calling Marvel Cinematic Universe films 'not cinema' is expected to helm a documentary based on 1970s music industry in New York.
Martin Scorsese to helm a documentary based on 1970s music industry in New York?Martin Scorsese to helm a documentary based on 1970s music industry in New York?
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The Wolf of Wall Street director Martin Scorsese who made headlines recently for calling Marvel Cinematic Universe films 'not cinema' is expected to helm a documentary based on 1970s music industry in New York. The project is part of a series of documentaries that will be backed by Ron Howard and Brian Grazer's Imagine Entertainment. The Vinyl series by the Taxi Driver director Martin Scorsese was cancelled after its first season. But as per the latest reports in Variety.com, the director will be helming a documentary for Imagine Entertainment.

This documentary is expected to capture the music scene of the 1970s New York. The exact story line and plot of the documentary is not yet revealed buy the makers, but the fans are hoping to get an official announcement very soon. The upcoming projects by Imagine Entertainment will also have a Carlos Santana documentary. The makers are currently looking to finalise a director for the venture. The Gangs of New York director Martin Scorsese was caught the eye of storm when he openly stated that he on many occasions tried his best to watch Marvel Cinematic Universe films.

But, he somehow could not watch them as he feels the MCU films are not real cinema. Samuel Jackson who played Nick Fury responded back to the King of Comedy's director Martin Scorsese saying that not everyone can like MCU films. Samuel Jackson also mentions that just because MCU films are not the cup of tea for the Bringing Out the Dead director Martin Scorsese does not make MCU films anything less than cinema.

(ALSO READ: Taika Waititi deems Thor, Iron Man & other superheroes 'new mythology' while reacting to Scorsese's Marvel dig)

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