The film stars Robert DeNiro, Joe Pesci, and Al Pacino.
But Scorsese never envisioned The Irishman as a series, since he wanted to tell the story in one go.
"Absolutely no", said Scorsese. "I've never even thought of it".
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"Because the point of this picture is the accumulation of detail", Scorsese told Entertainment Weekly. "It's an accumulated cumulative effect by the end of the movie - which means you get to see from beginning to end [in one sitting] if you're so inclined", he continued. Two, and antman and the Wasp - but it was only in Anna Boden and Ryan Fleck's crush hit earlier this season that viewers realized that a totally de-aged character was effective on the large screen.
To accommodate this modern dilemma, Twitter user Alexander Dunefors created a viewing schedule for "The Irishman" that breaks the film up into palatable chunks, or ~seasons~, which makes the movie feel like a four-part miniseries. But the movie is so much about the focus on a life and a person's evolution and, because of what they've been through, their development of certain hopes, fears, and more. Seriously, listen to Scorsese and just carve out the time.
You may be assuming The Irishman is debuting on Netflix the day after Thanksgiving. Now that The Irishman is finally available to stream, the conversation has turned toward its epic runtime - and some are arguing it would have worked better as a TV series. Even the not quite four-hour Netflix production courses throughout the times of real life mobster Frank Sheeran, including his place at the front lines of World War II, his initial introductions with the mafia, and, above all, his self-claimed involvement in the disappearance of Union leader Jimmy Hoffa.