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'The Intern' Hires Reese Witherspoon and Robert De Niro

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by Britt Hayes November 7, 2013 @ 2:44 PM
Getty Images
When 'The Intern' was first announced last year, the latest film from writer-director Nancy Meyers was set to star Tina Fey in the lead role. But it seems Fey has dropped out and Reese Witherspoon will take her place (even though we all know no one could ever really replace Tina Fey). Joining Witherspoon in the upcoming film is Robert De Niro, who's been really into comedies lately.

'Grudge Match' Poster: Sly Stallone and Robert De Niro Enter the Ring

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by Nick Romano October 16, 2013 @ 12:30 PM
Warner Bros.
Warner Bros. has released the official 'Grudge Match' poster, on which the film's stars Sylvester Stallone and Robert De Niro are about to duke it out. Boy, Sly can't stay out of fights. First, he lands some punches on Arnold Schwarzenegger in 'Escape Plan,' and now this.

HBO's 'Criminal Justice': Robert De Niro to Replace James Gandolfini

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by Kevin Fitzpatrick September 25, 2013 @ 5:15 PM
Angela Weiss / Andrew H. Walker, Getty Images
Among the scope of the tragedy that was 'Sopranos' star James Gandolfini's passing in recent months, we had to wonder what would become of Gandolfini's HBO series 'Criminal Justice.' Now, it seems HBO has swapped one legendary Hollywood mobster for another, as Robert De Niro will step in to fill the role first occupied by James Gandolfini to get 'Criminal Justice' on to television.

'Grudge Match' Trailer: The Raging Bull Fights Rocky For Chuckles

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by Damon Houx September 12, 2013 @ 7:12 PM
Warner Bros.
http://youtu.be/1bQSOBJCPQE
Since Robert De Niro has been spoofing his mafia roles and tough guy image for more than a decade now, it shouldn't be surprising he's goofing on another of his signature roles (this time Jake La Motta) for a new comedy. In 'Grudge Match' he plays an over-the-hill boxer who returns to the ring to fight one of his toughest opponents, with Sylvester Stallone (playing on his Rocky Balboa character) as his rival.

'The Family' Review

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by Jordan Hoffman September 12, 2013 @ 2:00 PM
Relativity Media
It is no easier for me to report this than it is for you to hear it, but we're all adults and let's get real: Robert De Niro's name on a film project is now more a red flag of warning than a sign of quality. For every 'Silver Linings Playbook' there's a 'Big Wedding' or 'Righteous Kill' or a slapped-together piece of tone-deaf dross like 'The Family.'

'Artemis Fowl' the Latest Book Series to Get the 'Harry Potter' Treatment (But With Robert De Niro's Help)

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by Damon Houx July 29, 2013 @ 5:52 PM
Viking Press, Relativity Media
Though we've seen a number of young-adult novels translated to the big screen only to flop ('Beautiful Creatures,' 'The Host') and may yet still (we're curious to see what happens with 'The Mortal Instruments: City of Bones'), it's still considered a hot genre for adaptations. So it's no surprise Disney wants to bring the YA hit 'Artemis Fowl' to the big screen. What is surprising is that it's being produced by Robert De Niro and Harvey Weinstein.

'Last Vegas' Trailer: All of Your Favorite Old Movie Stars Throw a Wild Party

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by Jacob Hall July 18, 2013 @ 1:25 PM
CBS Films
http://youtu.be/TvK3m0wJutI
What do you get when Michael Douglas, Robert De Niro, Morgan Freeman and Kevin Kline journey to Las Vegas in a movie? If this were a few decades ago, they'd probably all double cross and kill each other. But today? They get to play old buddies having one last hurrah in a similar fashion to 'The Hangover.' Because the only thing funner than old, drunk people are old, drunk movie stars. Or at least that's what everyone involved with 'Last Vegas' thinks.

'Last Vegas' Trailer: It's Like 'The Hangover' With Old People

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by Jacob Hall May 16, 2013 @ 3:16 PM
CBS Films
Okay: that headline is unfair. The first 'Last Vegas' trailer isn't 'The Hangover' with old people...it's 'The Hangover' with four actors who were, once upon a time, some of the absolute best in the business. There was a time when when Robert De Niro, Michael Douglas, Morgan Freeman and Kevin Kline headlining a movie would have been a major event. But what about now? The 'Last Vegas' trailer certainly thinks this is a big deal, but is it?