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Martin Scorsese and Steve McQueen among DGA award nominees

Martin Scorsese and Steve McQueen among DGA award nominees

Martin Scorsese earned his ninth Directors Guild of America Award nomination Tuesday morning for outstanding directorial achievement in feature film for  "The Wolf of Wall Street," his controversial dark comedy about a hedonistic stockbroker. Scorsese, 71, received his first DGA feature nomination for 1976's "Taxi Driver," and won the honor for his 2006 crime film "The Departed." Earning his first nomination Tuesday is Alfonso Cuaron for his lost-in-space blockbuster "Gravity." Cuaron, 52, was named best director by the Los Angeles Film Critics Assn. for the thriller and is nominated for a Golden Globe Award. VIDEO: Award-contending...

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