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De Niro says he hopes to work with Martin Scorsese on "The Irishman"

New York, Feb 19 (EFE).- Robert De Niro said he hoped to work with director Martin Scorsese on "The Irishman," a project that would also reunite him with Al Pacino and Joe Pesci. De Niro and Scorsese have not worked together since "Casino" (1995), with the director teaming up in recent years with Leonardo DiCaprio. "We have been trying to do (this film) for the last few years, and I think we will do it," De Niro told the art magazine Flatt.

Robert De Niro on Barack Obama: ‘He's a good person, period'

By Greg Gilman LOS ANGELES (TheWrap.com) - President Barack Obama has his fair share of critics, but Robert De Niro is not one. The Academy Award winning actor, who returns to theaters on September 13 in "The Family," told Dujour that he doesn't particularly care if the Commander in Chief delivers on all his promises, because it's an impossible task to accomplish, and his strength of character is what really matters.

Robert De Niro cements place in Hollywood movies

LOS ANGELES, Feb 4 (Reuters) - Double Oscar winner Robert De Niro cemented his place in acting history on Monday by placing his hands and feet in concrete in front of Hollywood's historic Chinese Theatre. De Niro, 69, gave a short thank you speech with a few punchlines of his own. "(Actor) Joe Pesci always said I'd end up with my feet in cement. I don't think this is what he had in mind," said De Niro, referring to the many gangster movies he has filmed over his 40-year career.
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