It’s 1996. At the behest of Robert De Niro, a small group of coders and game designers toil away in a seedy San Francisco warehouse to finish a surreal, puzzle game about a run down hotel that may house the creative muses. Also, Christopher...Show More Summary
If Hollywood has taught us anything, it's that a well-orchestrated heist needs to be efficient and adhere to a pre-determined and rigid timeline. In the 1995 movie Heat, for example, Robert De Niro and his bank robbing crew gave themselves three minutes inside of a bank before embarking on an escape. Show More Summary
De Niro plays Jackie Burke, an aging former sitcom star who haunts New York comedy clubs.
From the moment he first appears in the new film “The Comedian” as the washed-up stand-up Jackie Burke — quixotically self-loathing, unapologetically hacky, at times ferociously funny — Robert De Niro's presence poses a question. Is the actor hashing out an alternative view of performance, a kind...
TWC/Dimension has moved the Robert De Niro comedy War with Grandpa to October 20, six months later than the planned April 21 wide release. The move was announced by TWC/Dimension today, along with the August 25 wide release date forShow More Summary
An old-fashioned party line connects Belmont Avenue in the Bronx with Times Square, where a gaggle of Broadway talent has been phoning it in for the musical version of Chazz Palminteri’s A Bronx Tale. Seasoned with street-corner harmonies...Show More Summary
Robert De Niro shares directing credit for Chazz Palminteri's thrice-told "Tale."
It’s fairly easy to recognize a film made by Martin Scorsese: there are scenes in slow motion mixed with wonderful long tracking shots. The stories are often about gangsters or corruption or New York, and you can bet De Niro or DiCaprio will be in them. Oh and his movies almost always include overhead shots—or as … Read more...
Jackie Burke, the 67-year-old funnyman played with a wink and a scowl by Robert De Niro in “The Comedian,” originally came to fame as the star of a hugely popular, thoroughly dreadful sitcom called “Eddie’s Home.” Everywhere he goes, Jackie is greeted by nostalgic fans (“Eddie! Eddie!”) who demand...
Is Robert De Niro's _The Comedian _actually going to be funny? Watch the trailer to find out.
After instinctively throwing a left hook to the body that dropped De Niro in a heap, Turner thought his movie career was over before it even began…
He may be a tough guy in the movies, but Robert De Niro is being a big crybaby over the Trump election victory. This post Cape Tears appeared first on AmmoLand.com Shooting Sports News.
Basketball star Michael Jordan, actor Robert De Niro and music legend Bruce Springsteen were among the 21 people honored with the Presidential Medal of Freedom on Tuesday. During a ceremony at the White House President Barack Obama gave...Show More Summary
Actor Robert De Niro seems to be back-pedaling on some of his aggressive criticism of now-President-elect Donald Trump. Reacting to De Niro’s newfound wait-and-see approach to the 45th commander in chief, “The actor’s comments are a stark departure from the combative stance he had taken toward Trump during the campaign,” Breitbart News noted. Show More Summary
Remember that time Robert De Niro said he wanted to punch Donald Trump in the face?
The famous guests found themselves in a White House holding room with apparently little to do.
There has been another mannequin challenge at the White House, which makes you think — does anything get done there besides mannequin challenges? Today, Black-ish actress Tracee Ellis Ross attended a ceremony at the White House, and caught the challenge on Instagram, Complex reports. In the video, you can find Robert ... More »
Featuring Presidential Medal of Freedom honorees Bruce Springsteen, Michael Jordan, Robert De Niro, and more.