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    VidCritz: Don't Cry, Robert De Niro

    Watch a supercut of Robert De Niro weeping like someone just told him he had to make a sequel to "The Adventures of Rocky and Bullwinkle."

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    Robert De Niro & Shia LaBeouf To Play Father & Son In Drama 'Spy's Kid'

    Oh man, if this movie goes south like Shia LaBeouf's mooted Broadway turn with Alec Baldwin, those leaked emails are gonna be epic. Not that we would wish ill on a movie production, and if you look past the title, there is actually something potentially interesting brewing between LaBeouf and Robert...

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    David O. Russell's Next Film Titled 'American Hustle'

    Okay, while we might prefer the original working title "American Bullshit," it probably would've created a marketing nightmare, so the official replacement? Yeah, it's not too shabby at all.

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    Robert De Niro & Edgar Ramirez Have 'Hands Of Stone'

    Movies are a funny thing, sometimes developing through some oddball incarnations before finally firming up into something realistic. And so it goes for "Hands Of Stone," a boxing biopic that in 2010 had Gael Garcia Bernal and Al Pacino attached with Venezuelan helmer Jonathan Jakubowicz set to direc...

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    Michael Pena Joins David O. Russell's Abscam Movie; Robert De Niro Reportedly Also On Board

    Who does David O. Russell think he is? Woody Allen? Okay, we kid, but the number of name-brand stars he's lining up for his still (aggravatingly) untitled Abscam drama is reaching epic proportions. Christian Bale, Bradley Cooper, Jeremy Renner, Amy Adams, Louis C.K., Jennifer Lawrence, Alessandro Ni...

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    Martin Scorsese's 'King of Comedy' to Close 2013 Tribeca Film Festival

    Rupert Pupkin. The name slides off the tongue like luggage off an airport carousel. And as portrayed by Robert De Niro -- post Jake LaMotta, pre Noodles Aaronsen -- he is one of the more memorable pieces of cultural/emotional baggage produced by the American screen. A hero of dubious sanity. Dubious...

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    A New Restoration of Martin Scorsese's 'The King of Comedy' Will Close Out Tribeca '13

    The 12th annual Tribeca Film Festival is just a couple of weeks away, starting on April 17th and running until the 28th. While this year's slate has already been revealed, Tribeca has just announced that Martin Scorsese's 1983 classic "The King of Comedy" will close out the festival on Saturday, Apr...

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    2013 Oscars: 'Argo' Wins Best Picture & 3 Awards; 'Life Of Pi' Wins 4 Including Best Director For Ang Lee

    Well, that's a wrap. The two bigger winners of the night were "Argo," which one the coveted Best Picture award and three awards total, and "Life of Pi," which took home the most statuettes of the evening including Best Director for Ang Lee (which we called in our predictions). The one relative "surp...

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    Terrifying First Look Set Pic Of 'Grudge Match' Is A Chilling Reminder Of Where De Niro's Career Can Go

    Will all of Robert De Niro's great "Silver Linings Playbook" work be undone in a blink of an eye? The actor has a solid shot at winning Best Supporting Actor tonight despite the fact that Tommy Lee Jones won the SAG award for "Lincoln" earlier this year (the best Oscar augur there is). But his work ...

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    Predicting the Oscars: Don't Trust Me, Trust Nate Silver

    I was thinking this might be the first year in recent memory when the Oscars actually held some suspense about the winners. Is anything really a lock for Best Picture? What about that wacky Best Directors race, already full of also-rans? Then I read Nate Silver’s thoroughly lucid and comp...

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