Tribeca Film Festival founders Robert De Niro and Jane Rosenthal as well as Tribeca Enterprises Exec VP Paula Weinstein held a press luncheon today to kick off the 14th annual event and addressed the changing indie filmmaking landscape,...Show More Summary
Michael Mann is about to go head to head with his Heat star Robert De Niro. The director and the actor are working on separate biopics about Enzo Ferrari, the champion Italian racer who founded the luxury sports car company named after him. Show More Summary
The Tribeca Film Festival's co-founders, Robert De Niro and Jane Rosenthal, talk to TODAY's Matt Lauer about the festival's 14th year and this year's crop of films, including "Mary J. Blige ? The London Sessions."
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Tribeca Film Festival founders Robert De Niro and Jane Rosenthal sat down to discuss the the impressive ’15 edition, running April 15-26.
It wouldn't be the MTV Movie Awards without a Zac Efron shirtless moment, and Efron didn't disappoint this year. When he and Neighbors costar Dave Franco accepted their award for best duo, they paid homage to their comedy by dressing...Show More Summary
The dramatic world of motorsport has created some truly epic films in the past, including Le Mans, Senna, and Rush, to name just a few. Now, it appears as though there’s another one in the making. According to a report from the Italian...Show More Summary
Taking place tomorrow, June 17, at the Samuel Goldwyn Theater, 8949 Wilshire Boulevard, Beverly Hills, CA 90211, a Tribute to Dick Smith will honor the make-up effects legend behind "Scanners" and "Altered States." Robert De Niro’s Mohawk...Show More Summary
Oscar-winning actor Robert De Niro is set to play Enzo Ferrari in a forthcoming biopic about the legendary Italian carmaker’s life. To be titled simply ‘Ferrari‘, the film is planned to span the period between 1945 and 1980. This would see a time where the world saw the rise of the Prancing Horse as a formidable force [...]
Automotive history in general—and motorsport in particular—is filled with the kind of charismatic characters and high drama which make great cinema. That said, the worlds of cars and celluloid haven't always managed to come together in ways that did either justice. But the fantastic documentary Senna, along with Ron Howard's gripping...
Nearly three decades ago, Ferrari founder Enzo Ferrari passed from this mortal coil. Now, actor Robert De Niro will play him in an upcoming biopic. Motorsport reports the film — titled “Ferrari” and produced in a collaboration between...Show More Summary
Robert De Niro, star of Raging Bull, Goodfellas and dozens of other blockbusters, has confirmed he will play Enzo Ferrari in a big-budget film of the motoring legend’s life. "For me it is an honour and a joy to tell the life of an extraordinary...Show More Summary
A new movie that would reportedly focus on Ferrari from the mid '40s through the '80s is in the works, starring Robert De Niro as Enzo and possibly directed by Clint Eastwood. Continue reading Robert De Niro cast as Enzo Ferrari in new...Show More Summary
The actor, along with Jane Rosenthal, both founders of Tribeca Enterprises, show off their workspaces — teeming with mementos from nearly five decades of filmmaking — for THR's New York Issue. read more
Hilary Clinton has earned the all-important endorsement of Robert De Niro. De Niro told the Daily Beast that Clinton had “earned the right be president, and the head of the country at this point.” Read more...
New York City has been the site of many of film history's biggest moments: King Kong hanging from the Empire State Building, Robert De Niro driving a cab through darkened streets, Spike Lee serving up pizzas in Brooklyn. The city's architectural landmarks and historic streets continue to be some of the most popular sites around […]
Gillis was offered a role in “Raging Bull,’ “the part of being Robert De Niro’s erection in the scene where he pours ice down his shorts…”
Nobuyuki Matsuhisa, sushi chef and co-founder of the Nobu restaurant chain, tells his story of failed restaurants, empty bank accounts, and eventual success after partnering with actor Robert De Niro.
Most Hollywood A-listers had to get to the small screen before making the big screen. Take Robert De Niro, who starred in a 1969 car commercial for the AMC Ambassador before graduating to serious, feature roles in The Godfather: Part II and Taxi Driver. Show More Summary