Scorsese gets inventive at WB

The heat generated by “The Departed” has put Martin Scorsese in high demand. Warner Bros. and Graham King’s Initial Entertainment Group — which produced “The Departed” for Warners — have acquired screen rights to bestselling Brian Selznick children’s novel “The Invention of Hugo Cabret” as a potential directing vehicle for Scorsese.

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