'Raging Bull' Sequel Riles Film Buffs — But Martin Scorsese's Not Mad

Joe Pesci and Robert De Niro in Raging Bull/Image © MGM
Joe Pesci and Robert De Niro in Raging Bull/Image © MGM

Before you get all hot under the collar about this "Raging Bull" sequel that's in the works, keep in mind that Scorsese himself is being incredibly zen about all this. In an interview with GQ, the director said (among other things): "I think we said what we had to say at that time. All of us moved on. Different aspects of the same story basically keep making the rounds. You know?"

Thanks to the new 3-D release of "Titanic," those of us who saw the movie as perfectly credulous teenagers will now get to critique it as jaded, world-weary adults. Or you could let others do it for you: Here's what Jezebel and Deadspin have to say about the 1998 epic. Hint: unless you're still fourteen, the years have not been kind.

Fifteen years since "Buffy" began, Joss Whedon still does it all -- filmmaking, screenwriting, cultural commentary. Anything you'd like to ask him? Tomorrow he'll be participating in a Reddit AMA (Ask Me Anything) thread to promote "The Avengers." Here's hoping it goes over a lot better than Woody Harrelson's AMA.

Cinematic cutie-pie Joseph Gordon-Levitt has a Tumblr blog that you should definitely follow, especially if you want to get the scoop on creative doodles such as this trailer for "The Dark Knight Rises" made entirely out of LEGO. (Remember, he has a small role in the actual film.) You can also still explore the world of LEGO Batman on the toy's website.