It seems to be a celebratory season for director Martin Scorsese. In addition to earning his very first Emmy for Boardwalk Empire, his 3D children's film Hugo just debuted at the New York Film Festival to rave reviews. Martin's also the subject of a tribute article in US Harper's Bazaar November issue, featuring Martin recasting some of his most famous films — make sure to check out behind-the-scenes videos from the star-studded shoot. Kate Bosworth channelled Michelle Pfeiffer's character in The Age of Innocence, while Christina Hendricks and Jack Huston were given the task of re-creating Leonardo DiCaprio and Cameron Diaz's chemistry in The Gangs of New York. Keanu Reeves and Chloë Moretz took on Taxi Driver, and Emily Blunt went blonde for her Alice Doesn't Live Here Anymore assignment. Tom Cruise even contributed to the article with a story about working with Martin. Recalling their time on The Color of Money with Scorsese set, Tom said, "When we started working together, Marty would just giggle. And it was wonderful because sometimes in the more violent scenes, like when I got pissed and was going down the stairs and throwing down the briefcase, you could just hear him giggle."