Remember when hiring Martin Scorsese to direct a Robert De Niro movie was the kind of risk studios took all the time? Netflix does! Indiewire reports that they have acquired Martin Scorsese project The Irishman. The film, an adaptation...Show More Summary
Variety reports that Netflix has acquired the rights to The Irishman, the latest collaboration between long-time friends Martin Scorsese and Robert De Niro. Originally announced way back in 2010, the film is expected to start shooting later this year, and will be the ninth shared project between De Niro and his Raging Bull director. Show More Summary
Martin Scorsese and Robert De Niro’s ninth feature film together The Irishman has been scooped by Netflix, reports IndieWire. The $100 million mob movie was previously attached to Paramount Pictures, but with a source close to the deal allegedly claiming that the expensive picture was too “risky” for the traditional ... More »
Martin Scorsese's The Irishman, starring Robert De Niro, has been acquired by Netflix. It is known that Scorsese was looking at a budget of about $150M because of the visual effects to make the actors appear younger. They had been talking to Netflix over the past couple of weeks. Show More Summary
Antivaxers like Robert F. Kennedy, Jr. bend over backwards to represent themselves as "not antivaccine." Don't believe them. They are. It's how they suck in the clueless, like Robert De Niro and Pratik Chougule.
Here’s the lede from my latest Humor In Hindsight column for Decider.com, reflecting on Martin Scorsese’s The King of Comedy, starring Robert De Niro, Jerry Lewis, and Sandra Bernhard, fast-forwarding the context from 1983 to 2017. Who among us hasn’t suffered from delusions of grandeur from time to time, indulging in fantasies or daydreaming of […]
Note: This article in American Conservative offers a concise summary of the vaccine injury topic the mainstream media avoids at all costs. Feel free to comment at their site and share. You'll notice that our own Mark Blaxill and Jennifer...
RFK Jr and Robert De Niro offer $100,000 to anyone who can prove vaccines are safe https://t.co/reG2pGjAbf pic.twitter.com/kRndZGO37i — deathandtaxes (@DeathAndTaxes) February 16, 2017 It's actually not that much money when you split...Show More Summary
Robert F. Kennedy Jr. and Robert De Niro are offering a bounty to anyone who can prove--to them--that vaccines are safe. Robert De Niro, Robert F. Kennedy Jr. Offers $100k to Anyone who Can Prove Vaccines are Safe is a post from Mommyish - Parenting Imperfect.
Robert De Niro and Robert F. Kennedy Jr. participated in a press conference earlier this week discussing the dangers of vaccines and the idea they actually make children sick. While many discredit the controversial theory that immunizations...Show More Summary
Robert De Niro and Robert F. Kennedy Jr. say they'll pay for proof of vaccine safety. Here it is.
Are you a scientist? Would you like to make some money? Well! It's your lucky day, because Robert De Niro and Robert F. Kennedy, Jr. are offering a cash prize to any scientist who can prove to them that vaccines are safe.
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Science has shown that vaccines are safe, so actor Robert De Niro and anti-vaxxer Robert F. Kennedy Jr. owe a bunch of scientists some cash.
It's actually RFK Jr.'s World Mercury Project that will be giving out the cash.
Robert De Niro joined World Mercury Project chairman Robert F. Kennedy Jr. for a panel regarding vaccines in Washington, D.C., on Wednesday. The actor participated in the panel, which promoted discredited claims surrounding vaccination,...Show More Summary
Despite once expressing a desire to punch him, Robert De Niro now says he's open to working President Trump—at least indirectly—on exploring the debunked link between autism and vaccines, the Washington Post reports. "If he does the right thing, he does the right thing," the actor said following...
A Letter From Robert F. Kennedy, Jr. and Robert De Niro to American Journalists On the occasion of our announcement of the World Mercury Project's $100K challenge, we want to address America's reporters, journalists, columnists, editors, network anchors, on-air doctors...
Robert De Niro and Robert F. Kennedy Jr. are looking for proof that vaccines are safe, despite overwhelming evidence that vaccines are safe.