Scorsese and the Stones’ eau de rock

Martin Scorsese and the Rolling Stones have been joined at the (very) hip since the director’s 1973 breakthrough pic “Mean Streets” (above), in which Harvey Keitel’s character Charlie makes a very memorable barroom entrance to the band’s “Tell Me.” (In the same film, Robert De Niro’s Johnny Boy also waltzes in the door to a Stones track, “Jumpin’ Jack Flash.”) Scorsese — who has since used the group’s music in such pics as “Goodfellas,” “Casino” and “The Departed” and directed the group’s 2008 concert film “Shine a Light” — recently announced he was developing a rock-themed project for HBO with vocalist Mick Jagger.

And now there’s the Scorsese-Stones cologne connection.

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