And I'm really not sure he is.
(12A) David O. Russell. 124 mins Starring: Jennifer Lawrence, Robert De Niro, Bradley Cooper, Isabella Cramp, Édgar Ramírez
'Party til you're pregnant' he yells, simulating sex
De Niro reportedly had some tough words for the tech boss
The title refers to painting the walls with blood
Robert De Niro reveals that he still studies the art of acting, while Anne Hathaway jumped at the chance to work with him. They both learnt a lot from each other when working together on 'The Intern', they tell Tom Teodorczuk
De Niro wasn't happy after being asked how he resists the temptation to go into 'autopilot' mode on set
For more than 35 years the mobsters behind one of the largest cash thefts in US history – a heist so brazen it was used as one of the central themes of the film Goodfellas — seemed to have got clean away.
“Please welcome, the comedian, Paul F. Tompkins”. The precise way in which the American veteran introduces himself to us tonight is not merely playful intonation, it's indicative of the poise and clarity that will characterise the hour to come.
Patricia Cornwell is suing her business managers for £112m over alleged misconduct
Nick Helm, barking dictator of fun, and nominee for last year’s comedy award, has pushed the military nuances in his act to their logical conclusion.
MGM studio files lawsuit asking courts to halt production of sequel to classic boxing film
From 'Everybody's Fine' to 'Mean Streets'
Director teams up with De Niro once more for sequel to their 1976 film
Michael Haneke is remaking Funny Games in English. He's just the latest director to revisit his work, as Leigh Singer discovers