“Boardwalk Empire” May be Adapted for the Big Screen

Mark Wahlberg wants Martin Scorsese to turn Boardwalk Empire into feature film

There are rumors that the hit HBO television series “Boardwalk Empire,” which recently concluded a five-season run, may be headed to the big screen. The popular crime drama, set in Atlantic City during the Prohibition era, is a fictionalized take on the life of racketeer bootlegger/politician Enoch “Nucky” Johnson. It starred actor Steve Buscemi.

Hollywood insider Mark Wahlberg, who worked on the TV series as a producer, wants to turn “Boardwalk Empire” into a movie, and would like to see Martin Scorsese direct it. Scorsese directed the pilot episode of “Boardwalk Empire” and was listed as one of its executive producers.

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