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The adaptation of a religious Japanese novel is reportedly poised to enter the 2015 Oscar season.
In the long-delayed project, the 'Non-Stop' actor will play a priest who has gone missing in Japan in the 17th century.
The 'Hugo' director will get financial back-up from Emmett/Furla Films to make the Shusaku Endo novel-adapted film, which is planned to shoot in Taiwan next year.
Through his representative, the 'Hugo' helmer brands the suit 'shocking' and accuses Cecchi Gori Pictures of pursuing 'meritless action.'
Oscar-nominated director Martin Scorsese aims to make "Silence" his next movie after "The Departed."