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    July 24, 2010


    The production of Hugo Cabret is picking up really decently these days. Martin Scorsese is a visionary director and now he has more to add into the casting line up for his first 3D project and a rare friendly picture from him. It is quite uncommon to see something like this from a man who brought The Departed, Casino, Goodfellas or Shutter Island into such genre.

    News from The Hollywood Reporter has that stars Emily Mortimer and Michael Stuhlbarg have joined the casting that has swollen into somewhat an interesting and extravaganza one. Hugo Cabret is based on the novel The Invention of Hugo Cabret by Brian Selznick and is based on screenplay by John Logan who previously have worked with Scorsese in The Aviator. Read on for the plot synopisis below:
    The movie tells about an orphan boy named Hugo (Asa Bufferfield) who lives in a Parisian train station. After a chance encounter with a strange girl (Chloe Moretz, star of Kick-Ass and Let Me In) and the menacing owner of a toy shop (Ben Kingsley), Hugo finds himself caught up in a most unexpected but nonetheless fantastical adventure.
    According to Screen Rant, Mortimer plays Lisette, a flower girl who makes a living at the same train station with Hugo while Stuhlbarg will play the role of Rene Tabard, a film restorer. While the production only began, Hugo Cabret has become one of my must watch movie next year due to the fact that it is Martin Scorsese's film. Watch out for 2D and 3D version next year on December 9. Read the casting list of Hugo Cabret written early this month here.

    SOURCES: Heat Vision Blog (THR), Screen Rant
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