Martin Scorsese unstoppable

Los Angeles, Dec 20 : Filmmaker Martin Scorsese has put to rest rumours that he has plans to retire from filmmaking or even take it real slow after "The Wolf of Wall Street", releasing worldwide Dec 25.

"You'll have to stop me yourself. You'll have to just tackle me to stop me," Scorsese, who is just days away from the worldwide release of his next film, said in a statement.

He is known for films like "Taxi Driver", "The Departed" and "Shutter Island".

In "The Wolf of Wall Street", Scorsese has collaborated with one of his very favourite actors, Leonardo DiCaprio.

The movie revolves around the real life story of Jordan Belfort, highlighting his uprise from being a penny stockbroker to being one of the celebrated entrepreneurs of modern times. The film will release in India Jan 3, next year.

--IANS (Posted on 20-12-2013)

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