We’re blessed to watch these two work their craft. Happy birthday, boys.
Al Pacino and Robert De Niro have spanned generations as acting royalty. And their latest, The Irishman, has the feeling of one final coronation. Here the two legends riff about Scorsese, The Godfather, and five decades of Hollywood fame.
‘The Irishman’ finds Martin Scorsese delivering the last word on goodfellas—and creating a late-career masterwork, says Peter Travers.
We’re at a moment in our country, where this guy is like a gangster. This guy says things and does things… this is terrible. We’re in a terrible situation. And this guy just keeps going on and on without being stopped.”
While I’m posting this, CBS News reports the whistleblower who got the whole impeachment inquiry started is now under federal witness protection because ” … the witness fears for their safety.”
Apparently, De Niro knows of what he speaks.
Holy smokes …
The long-gestating project will premiere at the 57th New York Film Festival.
Peddling bread on the mean streets of Bolton seems to suit the Hollywood star. Take note, Scorsese