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Martin Scorsese To Helm ‘The Snowman’
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Nothing says Martin Scorsese quite like the crime thriller genre.

According to THR, the filmmaker will be returning to the genre that he helped revolutionize with the upcoming film, The Snowman. Based on a Norwegian novel of the same name from writer Jo Nesbo, the film will follow the story of a son who “finds his mother’s pink scarf wrapped around the neck of an ominous looking snowman. Hole realizes she is the latest victim of a serial killer.” The book is the seventh in the Harry Hole franchise.

Personally, while I’m not familiar with the book, I absolutely adore this news. The premise is absolutely perfect for Scorsese to take on, and with writer Matthew Michael Carnahan behind the script, this is definitely a film that will play as an interesting follow up to Scorsese’s family drama, the upcoming Hugo. It’s Scorsese doing a serial killer film. What’s better than that?

What do you think?

[Source: THR]

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