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Ray Liotta: ‘Why haven’t I worked with Scorsese since Goodfellas? You’d have to ask him. I’d love to’

After years of avoiding crime films, he’s back as a mafioso in the Sopranos prequel The Many Saints of Newark. He talks about being adopted and getting into acting – and saves a surprise for the end I am a little trepidatious ahead of my interview with Ray Liotta because the reviews, shall we say, are mixed. Not about his acting, which has been accoladed and adored from his first major film role, as Melanie Griffith’s crazy ex in 1986’s Something Wild, for which he was nominated for a Golden Glo...
Tags: Film, Culture, Robert De Niro, The Sopranos, Newark, Scorsese, Martin Scorsese, Ray Liotta, Melanie Griffith, Eugene, Joe Jackson, Dominick, Liotta, Tom Hulce, Drama films


Robert De Niro Introduces Premiere of ‘Sopranos’ Movie ‘The Many Saints of Newark’: ‘I Have a Certain Fondness for Prequels to Gangster Stories’.’

“I’m not coming back to ‘The Sopranos,’” Aida Turtorro, the two-time Emmy nominee for her role as Janice Soprano in the iconic HBO series, said Wednesday on the red carpet for the show’s long-awaited prequel movie, “The Many Saints of Newark.” “The truth is,” she said, “I’m not sure I ever left.” Inside the film’s […]
Tags: Hbo, News, Robert De Niro, Newark, Sopranos, many saints of Newark, Janice Soprano


Robert De Niro Introduces Premiere of ‘Sopranos’ Movie ‘Many Saints of Newark’: ‘I Have a Certain Fondness for Prequels to Gangster Stories’

“I’m not coming back to ‘The Sopranos,’” Aida Turtorro, the two-time Emmy nominee for her role as Janice Soprano in the iconic HBO series, said Wednesday on the red carpet for the show’s long-awaited prequel movie, “The Many Saints of Newark.” “The truth is,” she said, “I’m not sure I ever left.” Inside the film’s […]
Tags: Hbo, News, Robert De Niro, Newark, Sopranos, many saints of Newark, Janice Soprano


Caesars, De Niro-Backed Nobu Unveil Project in Atlantic City

A hospitality company involving actor Robert De Niro will open a restaurant in Caesars casino in Atlantic City and renovate hotel rooms there.
Tags: Robert De Niro, Atlantic City, Caesars, Caesars De Niro Backed Nobu Unveil Project


Every Robert De Niro Performance In A Martin Scorsese Movie, Ranked

Robert De Niro has starred in 9 Martin Scorsese movies. Out of those 9 films, which is De Niro's best performance? You're about to find out.
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Shutter Island Ending Explained: Scorsese's Psychological Thriller Delivers A Masterful Twist

If you saw "Shutter Island" in the theater back in February 2010, you may have come away feeling like you had just watched the first great movie of the new decade ... or you may have been disappointed. Or perhaps you were simply left confused by the movie's third-act plot twists and ending.People coming to "Shutter Island" on streaming services or digital platforms in the 2020s will have their own range of emotions. This film marked the fourth collaboration between director Martin Scorsese and h...
Tags: Chuck, Movies, Boston, Leonardo Dicaprio, Robert De Niro, Catholic, Scorsese, Patricia Clarkson, Mark Ruffalo, Teddy, Martin Scorsese, Dolores, George, Andrew, Rachel, DiCaprio


Every Alfonso Cuaron Movie Ranked From Worst To Best

Mexican director Alfonso Cuarón has managed to carve himself a place among Hollywood's all-star directors with movies such as "A Little Princess," "Children of Men," and "Roma". He made history multiple times at the Academy Awards with his movies: He was the first Mexico-born director to win best director for his sci-fi epic "Gravity" in 2014, and he won Mexico its first best foreign language film Oscar, as well as another best director trophy, for his intimate memoir "Roma" in 2019.Whether they...
Tags: Apple, Florida, England, New York, Hollywood, Movies, Mexico, New York City, US, America, Italy, Mexico City, Ethan Hawke, Alfonso Cuarón, Robert De Niro, Harry Potter


14 Remakes That Are Better Than The Original

In this day and age, it's amazingly easy to be a cynic. It could be argued that remakes are lazy cash-ins, that they're a sign of the lack of original ideas left in cinema, or that they exist only to appease that sizable portion of the cinema-going audience that needs to see films in their native tongue, without subtitles. That's true in a great many cases (I'm looking at you, "Jacob's Ladder," "Quarantine," and "The Fog"), and yet there are times when a remake is a golden opportunity to do some...
Tags: Hollywood, Movies, Robin Williams, Tim Burton, Vincent Price, America, Earth, Bbc, Cruise, Williams, Cameron, Andy Serkis, Ian Fleming, Robert De Niro, Daniel Craig, Ash


The 30 best mobster movies – ranked!

Ahead of the Sopranos prequel The Many Saints of Newark hitting cinemas, here are 30 organised crime flicks you must see before you sleep with the fishesOur criteria here is films featuring actual mobsters and the organised crime milieu – as opposed to hitmen, heists or bank robbers. Stefano Sollima’s punchy neo-noir, set in 2011, fits the bill with its imbroglio of crime families, political corruption and Rome real estate. Financed by Netflix, this is essentially a feature-length pilot for the ...
Tags: Film, Rome, Netflix, Culture, Robert De Niro, Newark, Martin Scorsese, Francis Ford Coppola, Takeshi Kitano, Stefano Sollima, Crime films


21 of the Best Catholic Movies, According to Twitter

Twitter user Ian St. recently asked for a list of favorite Catholic movies, leaving interpretation of the question open-ended, and folks were happy to offer up their top choices:Read more...
Tags: Hbo, Television, Cloud Storage, Oscar, Robert De Niro, Oscars, Jesus, Pope, Lifehacks, Mel Gibson, Cs Lewis, Jrr Tolkien, Catherine, Joan, The Passion Of The Christ, Sling TV


21 of the Best Movies About Catholics, According to Twitter

Twitter user Ian St. recently asked for a list of favorite Catholic movies, leaving interpretation of the question open-ended, and folks were happy to offer up their top choices:Read more...
Tags: Hbo, Television, Cloud Storage, Oscar, Robert De Niro, Oscars, Jesus, Pope, Lifehacks, Mel Gibson, Cs Lewis, Jrr Tolkien, Catherine, Joan, The Passion Of The Christ, Sling TV


The Best Movies And Shows Coming To Paramount+ In September 2021

Have you signed up for Paramount+ yet? If not, perhaps I can interest you in a list of titles that are coming to the streaming service this month. And if that doesn't do it for you then, uh, I guess we have nothing more to talk about, friend! But those of you sticking around should keep on reading to see the best movies and shows coming to Paramount+ in September 2021.  Cop Land James Mangold helmed this fantastic modern-day Western, featuring a career-best performance from Sylvester Stallone, w...
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Scarlett Johansson and Chris Evans to Star in Apple TV+ Movie 'Ghosted'

Apple TV+ has another high-profile movie project in the works, reports Deadline. Titled "Ghosted," the upcoming romantic action adventure will star Chris Evans and Scarlett Johansson. The movie will be directed by Dexter Fletcher (director of "Rocketman") and produced by Skydance studios, with a script by Paul Wernick and Rhett Reese, the writers of the Deadpool films and "Zombieland," and most recently "Escape from Spiderhead." Apple has been working to secure the rights to multiple high-pr...
Tags: Apple, Julianne Moore, Apple TV, Leonardo Dicaprio, Robert De Niro, Scarlett Johansson, Will Smith, Chris Evans, Zombieland, Kitbag, Dexter Fletcher, Rhett Reese, Paul Wernick, Flower Moon, Apple TV shows, Apple TV Plus


The 20 Best Heist Movies Of All Time

Heist movies transcend genre. You can have frivolous, fun heist movies like "The Italian Job," or heartfelt, straight-faced ones like "Point Break." The heist itself can be meticulously planned and meditative, like the one in "Inside Man," or fall apart before it's even begun, as in "Good Time."To be clear, this is a list of heist films, not movies about con artists. "The Sting," "The Brothers Bloom," and "Gambit" are all brilliant, but the heist tropes -- planning the mission, gathering the tea...
Tags: Japan, Christopher Nolan, Hollywood, Cook, Movies, Fbi, Walter Matthau, Harry Belafonte, Ocean, Clint Eastwood, Davis, Marilyn Monroe, Robert De Niro, Channing Tatum, Steven Soderbergh, Daniel Craig


The Daily Stream: Midnight Run Is A Reminder That Buddy Comedies Can Bring More Than Just Laughs

(Welcome to The Daily Stream, an ongoing series in which the /Film team shares what they've been watching, why it's worth checking out, and where you can stream it.)The Movie: "Midnight Run"Where You Can Stream It: NetflixThe Pitch: Robert De Niro and Charles Grobin bickering and getting on each other's nerves for every second they spent together on a week-long "midnight run" from New York to Los Angeles. Seriously, this movie should completely sell newcomers on that premise alone. De Niro stars...
Tags: New York, Movies, Los Angeles, Chicago, Robert De Niro, Jack, Duke, Martin, Chicago Police Department, De Niro, Serrano, Joe Black, Gigli, Joe Pantoliano, SlashFilm, Charles Grodin


A Tribute to Archer's Malory, Master of the Withering Put-Down

Archer returns for its 12th season on August 25, and from the looks of it, the FXX animated series will still be riding its second wind after last season’s revitalized approach (after a trio of ambitious but ultimately so-so seasons played out in the mind of the comatose main character). More old-school-style Archer …Read more...
Tags: Science, Robert De Niro, Archer, Aj, Hitler, Ray, Pam, Nash, Jessica Walter, Lana, Human Interest, Southbound, Burn Notice, Aisha Tyler, Adam Reed, Sterling Archer


Pose star Sandra Bernhard: ‘I never tried to be revolutionary. That’s just who I was’

The trailblazing actor and comedian on asserting her bisexuality in the 80s, misogynistic male comics – and befriending MadonnaDuring nearly five decades in showbiz, Sandra Bernhard has racked up title after title – comedian, actor, singer, author, radio host – and a reputation for controversy. She has worked with a long list of superstars, from Richard Pryor and Robin Williams to Robert De Niro and Cyndi Lauper. But she has never been overshadowed; her force of personality has guaranteed that. ...
Tags: Robin Williams, La, David Letterman, Robert De Niro, Los Angeles Times, Cyndi Lauper, Richard Pryor, Sandra Bernhard


Martin Scorsese-directed Killers of the Flower Moon Adds John Lithgow

Following the most recent addition of Brendan Fraser, Deadline brings word that Oscar-nominated actor John Lithgow has officially signed on to join the all-star cast of Martin Scorsese’s forthcoming film adaptation of David Grann’s crime drama novel, Killers of the Flower Moon. Lithgow is set to portray the role of Prosecutor Leaward. The acclaimed actor recently starred in HBO drama series Perry Mason, which earned him an Emmy nomination for Outstanding Supporting Actor. Should he win the award...
Tags: Hbo, Movies, Drama, Leonardo Dicaprio, Robert De Niro, Streaming, Scorsese, Oklahoma, John Lithgow, Eric Roth, Dexter, Martin Scorsese, Perry Mason, David Grann, Arthur Mitchell, Brendan Fraser


The Chris Voss Show Podcast – Trejo: My Life of Crime, Redemption, and Hollywood by Danny Trejo, Donal Logue

Trejo: My Life of Crime, Redemption, and Hollywood by Danny Trejo, Donal Logue “If you’re a fan like I am this is definitely the book for you.” —Pete Davidson, actor, producer, and cast member on Saturday Night Live “Danny’s incredible life story shows that even though we may fall down at some point in our lives, it’s what we do when we stand back up that really counts.” —Robert Rodriguez, creator of Spy Kids, Desperado, and Machete Discover the full, fascinating, and inspirational true ...
Tags: Podcast, Hollywood, Seo, Robert De Niro, Npr, The New York Times, Robert Rodriguez, Pete Davidson, Dawn, Kevin Smith, Danny, Trejo, San Quentin, Danny Trejo, Chris Voss, Charles Bronson


'Argylle' Spy Movie Starring Henry Cavill and Dua Lipa Coming to Apple TV+

Apple has established a deal for the rights to "Argylle," an upcoming spy thriller from Matthew Vaughn, reports Deadline. A film package is nearing completion, and Apple is expected to pay around $200 million. "Argylle" is based on the upcoming spy novel of the same name from author Ellie Conway. It follows the world's greatest spy in a globe-trotting adventure, and shooting is set to start later this year. The upcoming film has a star-studded cast, with Henry Cavill set to star. It will als...
Tags: Apple, Julianne Moore, Leonardo Dicaprio, Robert De Niro, Will Smith, Henry Cavill, Dua Lipa, Kitbag, Matthew Vaughn, Flower Moon, Apple TV shows, Apple TV Plus, Apple TV Shows Apple, Argylle, Ellie Conway, Scarlet Johansson Snow Blind


‘House of Gucci’ Trailer: Lady Gaga Straight Up Murders Adam Driver in Ridley Scott’s Latest

Ridley Scott has some big end-of-the-year plans. Not only does he have the historical epic The Last Duel hitting theaters in October, a month later will see the release of his star-studded House of Gucci. Based on the non-fiction book The House of Gucci: A Sensational Story of Murder, Madness, Glamour, and Greed by Sara Gay Forden, House of Gucci covers the true story surrounding the Gucci fashion empire, and the murder of Maurizio Gucci, an Italian businessman and the head of the Gucci fashion...
Tags: Milan, Movies, Salma Hayek, News, Trailers, Robert De Niro, Lady Gaga, Ridley Scott, Jared Leto, Al Pacino, Gucci, Scott, Pacino, Patrizia, Reggiani, Jeremy Irons Jack Huston


The Daily Stream: Happy 15th Anniversary to ‘Miami Vice,’ Michael Mann’s Movie About Hot Nights, Cold Mojitos, and Guys Being Dudes

(Welcome to The Daily Stream, an ongoing series in which the /Film team shares what they’ve been watching, why it’s worth checking out, and where you can stream it.) The Movie: Miami Vice Where You Can Stream It: Peacock The Pitch: Michael Mann takes Miami Vice, the slick ’80s crime show he executive produced and reworks it into a moody, violent, really damn great film that blends action, romance, betrayal, friendship, and, of course, mojitos. Why It’s Essential Viewing: Today marks the 15th an...
Tags: Hbo, Movies, Features, Robert De Niro, Miami, Al Pacino, Isabella, Michael Mann, Foxx, Farrell, Li, Mann, Crockett, Tubbs, Movie About Hot Nights Cold Mojitos, Sonny Crockett Colin Farrell


Lucasfilm Hires YouTuber After His Deepfake of Luke Skywalker in The Mandalorian Goes Viral

Finally, a story about deepfakes that’s free from the moral squishiness and consent issues that plague the people creating them. On Tuesday, a spokesperson for Lucasfilm confirmed that the company had hired a popular deepfake creator as a “senior facial capture artist” under the company’s computer graphics subsidiary,…Read more...
Tags: Star Wars, Science, Films, Robert De Niro, Ai, Will Smith, Lucasfilm, Henry Cavill, Deep Learning, Mark Hamill, Identity Theft, Luke Skywalker, Industrial Light, Deepfake, The Mandalorian, Creative Works


Amnesty Int’l Marks 60 Years of Coming to Filmmakers’ Defense

Since Amnesty Intl. was founded in 1961 there has been, sadly, no shortage of filmmakers who have been killed or persecuted because of their work. Sixty years on, that danger remains. In 1975 poet-turned-director Pierpaolo Pasolini was murdered in Italy, possibly by the country’s secret services. More recently, in 2012, filmmaker and activist Bassel Shehadeh […]
Tags: Global, Italy, Robert De Niro, Amnesty, Amnesty Int, Amnesty Intl, Intl. Coalition for Filmmakers at Risk, Pierpaolo Pasolini, Bassel Shehadeh


Back in Cannes, Sean Penn Directs Again, With Daughter Dylan

Sean Penn has been to the Cannes Film Festival about a dozen times — from bumming around with Robert De Niro in 1984 to presiding over the jury.
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Danny Trejo On New Memoir & Hollywood Career: ‘I Am So Proud Of Machete’

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Tags: Hollywood, California, Robert De Niro, Cbs, Batman, Antonio Banderas, Al Pacino, Robert Rodriguez, Robert, San Quentin State Prison, Trejo, Danny Trejo, CBS Local, Maeve, DJ Sixsmith, Donal Logue


Steve Stanulis Entrepreneur Filmmaker

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Tags: Amazon, Business, New York, New York City, America, Startup, Amazon Prime, Kanye West, Netflix, Robert De Niro, Right Now, Steve Stanulis, Stanulis, Lillo Brancato, Stanulis Films


Martin Scorsese didn't care if he made another movie after 'Raging Bull': 'It wiped me out'

"Raging Bull" director Martin Scorsese and star Robert De Niro sat down for a virtual Q&A with Leonardo DiCaprio in honor of its 40th anniversary.       [Author: USA TODAY]
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‘I made it as if this was the end of my life’: Scorsese on Raging Bull at 40

At a Tribeca film festival event, the director and his star Robert De Niro discussed the legacy of the greatest boxing movie ever madeIn Martin Scorsese’s 1980 magnum opus, Raging Bull, the self-destructive boxer Jake LaMotta goes from the greatest to a washed-up parody of himself, clinging to his memories of the good ol’ days. For the director and star Robert De Niro, looking back on the film from the present day could have been tempting fate, a couple of ageing men reminiscing about their youn...
Tags: Film, Culture, Festivals, Leonardo Dicaprio, Robert De Niro, Scorsese, Raging Bull, Tribeca, Martin Scorsese, Marty, Tribeca Film Festival, De Niro, Jake LaMotta


Cool Stuff: Columbia Classics Volume 2 Brings ‘Taxi Driver’, ‘The Social Network’ and More to 4K Ultra HD

Last year, Columbia Pictures released a special collection of classic movies on 4K Ultra HD in a big collectible box set. Mr. Smith Goes to Washington, Lawrence of Arabia, Dr. Strangelove, Gandhi, A League of Their Own, and Jerry Maguire filled out that first volume of classics from Columbia Pictures, and now a second volume is coming with six more movies. The Columbia Classics Volume 2 4K Ultra HD Collection box set will arrive this fall with Anatomy of a Murder, Oliver!, Taxi Driver, Stripes,...
Tags: Facebook, New York, Movies, Aaron Sorkin, New York City, Portugal, Bill Murray, Jane Austen, Robert De Niro, Charles Dickens, The Social Network, Dashwood, Smith, Justin Timberlake, Stripes, Dolby Vision