Robert De Niro's Tribeca Film Institute took a donation from those accused of a Malaysian embezzlement scheme.
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One of the most iconic scenes in Heat is where Robert De Niro and Al Pacino calmly sit down for a man-to-man chat in an effort to understand each other a little better, both affirming that neither is going to stop what they’re doing,...Show More Summary
This year doesn’t mark a special anniversary for Michael Mann‘s action-thriller Heat as it’s been 21 years since the movie starring Al Pacino and Robert De Niro hit theaters. But last night, The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences...Show More Summary
Yes, they really did shoot that scene in Kate Mantilini together. [ more › ]
The latest hotel from actor Robert De Niro and chef Nobu Matsuhisa has officially started taking online reservations ahead of its September 16 opening.
Stars and director Michael Mann show off a digitally restored version of the classic 1995 drama.
Sorry, conspiracy theorists: Al Pacino and Robert De Niro actually did act opposite one another in their iconic diner conversation scene in Michael Mann’s 1995 magnum opus Heat. That’s been confirmed many times over the years of course. Show More Summary
This tone-deaf biopic of the Panamanian boxer Roberto Durán can’t work out whether its subject is a hero or a zero. And Robert De Niro doesn’t help Hands of Stone starts out in a defensive crouch. Over slow-motion images of two men beating the snot out of each other, Robert De Niro intones a lazy argument that boxing is, in fact, an art. Show More Summary
Gene Wilder and Mel Brooks were one of the great actor-director pairs. Though critics and audiences and the Oscars take comedy less seriously, their collaboration should be remembered alongside such famous pairings as Robert De NiroShow More Summary
by Kathy Fennessy Usher going for the climax in Hands of Stone The Weinstein Company Edgar Ramírez and Robert De Niro were fated to play a boxer and his trainer. In Martin Scorsese's Raging Bull, De Niro's full-blooded embodiment of middleweight champion Jake La Motta led to his second Oscar. Show More Summary
Robert De Niro’s presence in the new Roberto Duran boxing bio Hands Of Stone only served to remind me how inferior this picture is to many other films revolving around the sport including Martin Scorsese’s 1980 classic Raging Bull, which won De Niro an Oscar for immortal portrayal of Jake La Motta. Show More Summary
Remember that movie with Robert De Niro and Anne Hathaway called “The Intern?” It was a warm and touching story about how a hard-driving, successful small business owner (Hathaway) hired an out-of-work middle aged guy (guess who?) as an intern and he not only helped her business, but he taught her a few lessons about life. Show More Summary
'Actors of my generation, most of us love Brando'
The notoriously publicity shy Robert DeNiro appeared on First Take yesterday, and it was as awkward as you might expect.
Usher, Edgar Ramirez, and Ana de Armas pose together on the red carpet at the Hands Of Stone premiere held at the SVA Theater on Monday (August 22) in New York City. The stars of the film were joined by co-star Robert de Niro (who brought along wife Grace Hightower), as well as Quantico star [...]
Here’s an event that’s well worth re-opening Kate Mantilini’s on Wilshire Boulevard for: Al Pacino and Robert De Niro are getting together again, but only onstage as The Academy will present a 4K DCP restoration of Michael Mann’s 1995 film Heat on Wednesday, Sept. Show More Summary
Jay Z and Beyonce chat with Usher and Robert de Niro backstage at the Hands of Stone premiere on Monday (August 22) in New York City. While the superstar couple was leaving the SVA theater after the event, a superfan tried to take numerous selfies with Beyonce, but Jay Z intervened. In a video taken [...]
King of laughing at impressions of himself
Picture this: Robert De Niro boating on the Mediterranean. He's awarded a lifetime achievement award at the Sarajevo Film Festival so he sails over. Sounds nice. At least Jimmy Fallon thought so. On last night's Tonight Show, Fallon said he'd like to join De Niro on a boat sometime. Or ... More »