Jan 10, 2024

By Andy Johnson

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Over the course of his lengthy career, Martin Scorsese has tackled the Mafia, killers, mean streets, prize fighting and Wall Street greed.

So what’s left for the legendary 81-year old film maker?

Scorsese has revealed that he intends to shoot a new film this year based on Shusaku Endo’s 1973 book, “A Life of Jesus.”

Scorsese tells the L.A. Times the film will be roughly 80 minutes in length – in stark contrast to his latest film “Killers Of The Flower Moon” and his previous effort, “The Irishman,” both of which clock in at well over three hours.

Scorsese previously adapted Endo’s work in making 2016’s “Silence,” starring Andrew Garfield and Adam Driver.”

The film maker says he’s trying to find a new way to make the life of Jesus more accessible.

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