Martin Scorsese (‘The Irishman’) could tie this Golden Globe record with his hero Elia Kazan

Martin Scorsese (‘The Irishman’) could tie this Golden Globe record with his hero Elia Kazan
Martin Scorsese has long been an admirer of Elia Kazan, and should he win the Golden Globe for helming Netflix’s mafia epic “The Irishman,” he’d tie his cinematic hero as the most rewarded director in the group’s history.

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Kazan currently holds the record for the most Best Director wins at the Globes with four victories out of as many nominations: “Gentleman’s Agreement” (1947), “On the Waterfront” (1954), “Baby Doll” (1956) and “America America” (1963). Both “Gentleman’s Agreement” and “On the Waterfront” brought him Oscar wins, while “America America” earned him Academy Award bids in Best Picture, Best Director and Best Original Screenplay (he also competed for “A Streetcar Named Desire” in 1951 and “East of Eden” in 1955).

Scorsese is close behind with three wins for “Gangs of New York” (2002), “Hugo” (2011) and “The Departed” (2006), for which he also won his first Oscar. He
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