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Scorsese Puts the Band Back Together: Here’s What He Has Going With De Niro, Pacino, Keitel, Pesci & Co.

Jul 31, 2019  •  Post A Comment

Director Martin Scorsese’s latest project brings back some familiar faces from previous Scorsese work, notably Robert De Niro, Joe Pesci and Harvey Keitel — with Al Pacino on board to boot as the director of “Mean Streets” and “Goodfellas” takes another deep dive into the mob world with “The Irishman.”

The teaser trailer for the Netflix project was just released — check it out …

4 Comments

  1. After what De Niro said at the Oscars I’ll never watch another thing that he’s in. The same for Liam Neeson. I can name more of those, but it just gets boring. I hate Hollywood elitists who have no skin in the game. They live in gated communities, have no interaction with the common man. I’ve always called it the Madonna effect, you have everyone else do your shopping, nannying, clean your house and that keeps you out of touch with reality. So in another words F them!

  2. What about all the average people-sound editing, stunt doubles, etc. Your view is as narrow as these actors. If you stay to watch the credits there are dozens of people that don’t live in gated communities that work on these movies. Boycotting films because you don’t like a couple of buffoons who basically act as stupid as Trump, puts a lot of people out of jobs.

  3. They have a choice also. They don’t have to work with the actors. Like I always did if I didn’t like the people, or job, I moved on. It’s that’s simple.

  4. Looks fantastic! @riggarob I’m sure they’ll all lose sleep because another white sipremacist, bigoted, fuhrer-loving Republican got his feelings hurt. Over 90% of Hollywood is Liberal. Deal with it, or as your fuhrer said, you can leave the country anytime you want

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