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    Despite being worth an estimated $500 million, actor Robert De Niro took coronavirus money from the government to pay for expenses at his various restaurants across the globe, including his London-based luxury restaurant Nobu. The Daily Mail reported on De Niro’s expensive London eatery, Nobu, to which celebrities flock when they are in the U.K.’s capital city. According to the paper, the 77-year-old star took enough government relief money to cover 80 percent of the high-end restaurant’s operating costs. U.K. government officials revealed the award of coronavirus relief money to De Niro’s restaurant. The government report notes: “The restaurant has been closed since March 21, 2020, as a result of the Covid-19 pandemic in the U.K., and reopened on May 6, 2020, to operate in providing a limited restaurant service that can be operated by the company under the recommended health and safety guidelines imposed during the Covid-19 pandemic such as...
    Hollywood heavyweight Robert De Niro’s celebrity-loved Nobu London restaurant has used taxpayer' money to furlough staff during the pandemic - despite his £360million fortune. Goodfellas star De Niro, 77, co-founded the high-end Nobu chain with celebrity chef Nobu Matsuhisa and film producer Meir Teper in 1994. The trio now co-own scores of Nobu restaurants and hotels across five continents. London's branches have played host to hundreds of celebrities over the years including Cheryl Cole, Brad Pitt, Kate Moss, Tom Cruise, Elton John and Naomi Campbell. TaxPayers’ Alliance CEO John O’Connell said: “Justifiably, the Government cast a wide net to catch everyone who could be affected by this coronavirus crisis. “But recipients should keep in mind that this money ultimately comes from taxpayers, and support should only be sought if it’s really needed.” Robert De Niro attends the Nobu Hotel London Shoreditch Official Launch back in 2018 Robert De Niro, Alice...
    Certain Women breakout Lily Gladstone will feature in a pivotal role in filmmaker Martin Scorsese’s much-awaited movie Killers of the Flower Moon. Scorsese’s frequent collaborators, Hollywood stars Leonardo DiCaprio and Robert De Niro, are headlining the movie which is based on author David Grann’s 2017 bestseller. The film is set in 1920s Oklahoma and centres around the Osage Nation murders, in which members of the Native American tribe were murdered one by one after the group became rich off the oil found underneath their land. Bullet Train: Sandra Bullock Joins Brad Pitt in Sony’s Multi-Starrer Action Movie As the death toll rose, the newly created FBI took up the case and uncovered a chilling conspiracy and one of the most monstrous crimes in the American history. According to Deadline, Gladstone will essay the role of Mollie Burkhart, an Osage married to Ernest Burkhart (DiC aprio), who is nephew of a...
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    The story between Netflix and F1 is far from over because the platform will release an image on F1. Following the “Drive to Survive” series, Season 3 is expected to release in March. Deadline.com is the site, the film will be directed by Gerard McMurray, to whom we owe “Burning Sands” (one of the first original Netflix movies), and we will be directing John Boyce and Robert De Niro! No need to introduce Robert De Niro, as far as John Boega is concerned, you found him in the new Star Wars Postology. “The Formula”, a film about F1 on Netflix The story of this fiction follows a Formula 1 driver who is forced to become a secret driver in the middle of the mafia to save the only family he left behind. The film should not focus on the world of F1 drivers, and is not so bad as to...
    Loading the player... John Boyega has joined forces with Hollywood legend Robert De Niro for an upcoming crime thriller called The Formula at Netflix.  Gerard McMurray, director of The First Purge and Netflix’s Burning Sands, will produce and helm the project, which centers on a Formula One racing prodigy who becomes a getaway driver in order to care for and rescue his family, per TheWrap. De Niro will also produce with Jane Rosenthal and Berry Welsh. Boyega, famously known for the latest Star Wars trilogy, recently earned rave reviews for his role in Steve McQueen’s Small Axe film anthology. He also opened up in a new interview about being imprisoned by a franchise. Read More: John Boyega is a police officer on a mission in ‘Red, White and Blue’ trailer “Being in a big franchise, it’s kind of like luxury jail sometimes for an actor when you want to...
    See the Mountain Better Through These Top-Rated Ski and Snowboard Goggles Carson Wentz reportedly still unhappy with Philadelphia Eagles John Boyega, Robert De Niro to Star in Netflix’s ‘The Formula’ John Boyega and Robert De Niro Star Wars franchise actor John Boyega and Robert De Niro are on board to star in Netflix’s car race prodigy drama The Formula. Gerard McMurray (Burning Sands) will direct the movie about a Formula One race car prodigy who becomes a getaway driver to save his family. McMurray will write, direct and produce the film via his production banner Buppie Productions; Jane Rosenthal, De Niro and Berry Welsh will also share producer credits. British actor Boyega broke out with his role as Moses in the 2011 sci-fi flick Attack the Block. He is best known for playing Finn in Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker, Star Wars: Rise of the Resistance and Stars...
    Celebrities Robert De Niro, Madonna and Kathy Griffin were name-checked by Rep. Ken Buck (R-Colo.) during Donald Trump’s historic second impeachment hearings Wednesday.  During his remarks at the hearing in the House, Buck highlighted the trio of stars as being particularly outspoken anti-Trump people, who he went as far to accuse of fomenting the violence that was seen last week at the U.S. Capitol. On Jan. 6, protesters of Joe Biden’s win in the 2020 election breached the security of the Capitol building in what became a riot that left five people dead. "Robert De Niro said he wanted to punch the president in the face. Madonna thought about blowing up the White House. Kathy Lee Griffin [sic] held up a likeness of the president's beheaded head and nothing was said by my colleagues at that point in time," Buck said during his remarks.  Griffin, who was incorrectly named as "Kathy...
    'Madonna thought about blowing up the White House. Kathy Lee Griffin held up a likeness of the President's beheaded head, and nothing was heard and nothing was said by my colleagues at that point in time,' Rep. Ken Buck (R-CO) said. Rep. Ken Buck (R-CO) took to the floor Wednesday during Donald Trump's second impeachment hearing to say the attack on the U.S. Capitol carried out by extremist Trump supporters was actually the fault of Democratic rhetoric, specifically that of Hollywood figures like Madonna, Robert De Niro, and Kathy Griffin. "Madam Speaker," Buck said, "I've heard that President Trump radicalized the group that — the rioters that stormed this Capitol, and I would say that we need to look no further than ourselves to find out what happened and to look at history." He added that Americans were "frustrated" by...
    A conservative member of the House blasted impeachment proceedings against President Donald Trump by curiously training his ire upon Hollywood. In a House floor rant Wednesday, Rep. Ken Buck (R-CO) blamed Democrats in the House for the current discord, then pivoted to blast prominent actors and musicians. Among those he name dropped in his bizarre comments: Robert De Niro, Madonna, and Kathy Griffin. “[T]he socialists in Hollywood joined their allies in Congress,” Buck said. “Robert De Niro said that he wanted to punch the president in the face. Madonna thought about blowing up the White House. Kathy Griffin held up a likeness of the president’s beheaded head (sic), and nothing was said by my colleagues at that point in time.” Buck’s comments on the House floor follow a similar track to what he said on CNN’s New Day earlier in the day, telling flabbergasted anchor John Berman that “both sides”...
    As New York City restaurants face an uncertain future with the latest forced closure of indoor dining, Gov. Andrew Cuomo (D) is throwing himself a celebrity-filled birthday fundraiser with Robert De Niro and Ben Stiller. The virtual party, set for Thursday, is intended to raise cash for the governor’s 2022  reelection campaign. Donation levels range from $50 for young professionals to $10,000 for the “host” level, according to the official invitation. In addition to Meet the Parents co-stars De Niro and Stiller, the fundraiser will feature special appearances by Whoopi Goldberg, Rosie Perez, and Henry Winkler. All of those stars appeared in a recent video tribute to Gov. Cuomo during the International Emmy Awards, when the politician accepted a special Emmy in recognition of his televised coronavirus press conferences. Cuomo, who turns 63 on Wednesday, recently ordered New York City restaurants to cease indoor dining, saying that it is necessary to...
    When I talked to Jessica Kirson back in March for a piece about how comedians were coping with the nascent pandemic, she told me, “It’s very hard to not do stand-up. I’m one of those comics who go up every night, sometimes two, three, four, five, six times a night, so it’s very hard to not perform.” Nine months later, the comedy clubs are still closed, but like so many of her fellow stand-ups, Kirson has adapted. When she appears on Zoom to tape this week’s episode of The Last Laugh podcast, it looks like she’s on stage. Had she not told me, I’d have no idea that she’s in her walk-in closet in front of a cheap blue curtain she bought on Amazon so she can perform from home. “It’s really bad,” Kirson says of the current state of comedy. “It’s really hard for me. It’s hard for all...
    Andrew Cuomo was widely mocked Monday after comparing himself and Dr Anthony Fauci to Godfather actors Al Pacino and Robert De Niro. The New York governor, who was born in Queens, had appeared with the nation's top infectious disease expert during a press conference to discuss a COVID-19 vaccine. He said: 'I think your voice saying that the vaccine is safe would be important. Maybe we will enlist you. Maybe we will do an ad telling New Yorkers it's safe to take the vaccine. Put us together.  'We can be the modern-day [Robert] De Niro and [Al] Pacino. You can chose whichever you want. You can be De Niro or Pacino. Which one do you want to be?' Andrew Cuomo was widely mocked Monday after comparing himself and Dr Anthony Fauci to Godfather actors Al Pacino and Robert De Niro during a press conference Monday  The comparison sparked ridicule...
    Robert De Niro has accused Rudy Giuliani of going from taking on the mafia to 'representing a mob family'. The 77-year-old actor is one of Donald Trump's most persistent critics, describing the president as 'blatantly stupid', 'a real racist', a 'punk' and a 'mutt'. The president, in turn, has described De Niro, who won an Oscar for his role as Vito Corleone in The Godfather, as over-rated and brain damaged from too many fight scenes. On Friday morning De Niro turned his fire on Giuliani, Trump's lawyer, who is currently heading up the president's election fraud team.  The Oscar-winning actor appeared on The View on Friday morning  De Niro was asked about Giuliani - like him, an Italian American from New York City He noted how Giuliani, as US attorney for the Southern District of New York, put many mobsters behind bars under the the Racketeer Influenced and...
    Robert De Niro had some harsh words for President Trump's attorney Rudy Giuliani. While appearing on "The View," the 77-year-old actor was asked by co-host Sunny Hostin what he thought about Giuliani changing career paths and representing Trump. “Giuliani used to prosecute actual mob bosses in the '80s in federal court,” said Hostin, who is a former federal prosecutor. “What happened to him?” she asked.  “He’s the one who was prosecuting under the RICO Act, the way I understand it,” De Niro responded. “And now he’s representing a mob family." ROBERT DE NIRO CALLS RUTH BADER GINSBURG A 'GREAT AMERICAN,' LABELS TRUMP A 'CRIMINAL' “It’s crazy ... I don’t know what happened to him. I feel bad for him,” the Oscar-winner added.  De Niro said he “could not understand” why Giuliani, 76, would choose to represent Trump and reasoned that the former NYC mayor might be doing it “just for the attention, maybe...
    Savannah Rychcik November 20, 2020 0 Comments Actor Robert De Niro is offering his thoughts on why he believes Rudy Giuliani decided to represent President Donald Trump amid unsubstantiated allegations of widespread voter fraud. Co-host of “The View” Sunny Hostin noted Giuliani is still fighting election results in court “with ridiculous claims.” She added, “Yesterday he quoted ‘My Cousin Vinny’ in a press conference. Earlier this week he claimed the mafia of Democrats rigged the votes for Biden. I mean, Giuliani used to prosecute actual mob bosses in the ’80s in federal court. What happened to him?” De Niro speculated as to why he has chosen to take on the challenge of representing Trump. “He’s the one who was prosecuting under the RICO act, the way I understand it, and now he’s representing a mob family. It’s crazy. I don’t know what happened to him. I feel...
    Actor Robert De Niro said Friday that President Donald Trump’s allies should be concerned about their own futures once Trump was no longer a factor. De Niro, who has often been critical of Trump, weighed in on the aftermath of the 2020 presidential election during a remote appearance on ABC’s “The View.” (RELATED: Robert De Niro Slams Trump As A ‘Gangster,’ Says ‘Can’t Wait To See Him In Jail’) WATCH: Ana Navarro began the segment by noting that Trump, despite being projected to lose, has refused to concede the race to President-elect Joe Biden. “Why are so many Republicans still kissing the ring among other things?” she asked De Niro. “I’m — I don’t know what — what logic to use except they’re just afraid because — but they should be afraid of what’s going to happen later when he’s not around, and they’re going to try to crawl...
    Few people are more closely identified with New York than Robert De Niro. On Friday, the legendary actor went after New York City’s longtime mayor. Appearing on The View, De Niro bashed Rudy Giuliani over his representation of President Donald Trump. View co-host Sunny Hostin asked the actor — who has starred in a number of famous mob movies over the years — about Giuliani baselessly accusing the ‘mafia’ of Democrats of rigging the vote. “Giuliani used to prosecute actual mob bosses in the ’80s in federal court,” Hostin said. “What happened to him?!” “He’s the one who was prosecuting under the RICO act,” De Niro replied. “And now he’s representing a mob family. It’s crazy. I don’t know what happened to him. I feel bad for him.” Hostin asked De Niro why he thinks Giuliani changed. “I think just for the attention, maybe desperation,” De Niro said. He...
    It is strange that, while writing a birthday feature for a director I totally revere, I have to start with a complaint. Despite an illustrious career with several masterpieces or at least, cult favourites, Martin Scorsese has written very few strongly-written female character. The few rare examples that comes to my mind are for Sharon Stone in Casino, Cate Blanchett in The Aviator, Chloë Grace Moretz in Hugo, or Margot Robbie in The Wolf of Wall Street. Apart from that, it is difficult to find a very interesting female character in his movies. His latest film, The Irishman, featured Anna Paquin whose role only had her utter merely a line or two. The Irishman Movie Review: A Vintage Martin Scorsese Extracts Brilliant Performances From Robert De Niro, Al Pacino, Joe Pesci in Netflix’s Crime Drama. But look at all the male characters that he had given us, and there are some absolutely fantastic...
    Appearing Monday on MSNBC, left-wing actor Robert De Niro accused President Donald Trump of using the same “playbook” as Nazi German-era dictator Adolf Hitler’s in his pitch to voters to make America great again. Watch below: A partial transcript is as follows: ARI MELBER: Are you suggesting, and I don’t want to misquote you Robert, a sequel to analyze [the Trump presidency], but with Trump in it? ROBERT DE NIRO: No, not really. Not quite. MELBER: I was just kidding. DE NIRO: It’s the same playbook as Mussolini, as Hitler, as a dictator, wannabe dictators. It’s what they’re going to do for the people, make Germany great again, make Italy great again, make America great again. It’s all appealing to the worst prejudices, the worst weaknesses of the public, and instead of leading them and guiding them and being someone that they can look up to. And when the public is not right, you...
    Robert De Niro said that while he was relieved Joe Biden won last Tuesday’s election, he warns that another ‘wannabe dictator’ like President Trump will come along by using ‘the same playbook as Mussolini and Hitler.’ 'There'll be other people like [Trump] in the future, maybe not in my lifetime,' the 77-year-old Goodfellas actor, who has been one of the president’s fiercest critics the last four years, told MSNBC on Monday. 'Somebody's going to come along who's a lot smarter, more sensitive, more mercurial and not so boorish and will be able to pull the wool over the eyes of the public,' he continued. 'And then we will have a more serious, deeper problem, and one that might actually get further than what Trump has done.' Oscar-winning actor Robert De Niro (left), 77, said that while he was relieved President Trump (right) was defeated in last Tuesday's election,...
    Robert De Niro reacted to the news of President Donald Trump losing the 2020 election, comparing the president to Adolf Hitler and other dictators. The actor also expressed sadness that so many Americans still voted for Trump, but hoped that supporters of President-elect Joe Biden would “set an example” for them. “Well, I’m relieved,” De Niro told MSNBC’s Ari Melber on Monday night when asked about the outcome of the presidential election. “Thank God.” De Niro, however, remained dismayed that nearly half the country voted for Trump for a second term. “It’s the same playbook as Mussolini, as Hitler, as a dictator, wannabe dictators,” the actor said. “It’s what they’re going to do for the people, make Germany great again, make Italy great again, make America great again.” De Niro continued, “It’s all appealing to the worst prejudices, the worst weaknesses of the public, and instead of leading them...
    Madison Summers November 10, 2020 0 Comments Actor Robert de Niro has not been shy in sharing how he feels about President Donald Trump, and he is continuing to express that distaste. Asked during an interview on MSNBC’s “The Beat With Ari Melber” about his reaction to the 2020 presidential election, de Niro said he was “very, very relieved.” “It’s like being in an abusive relationship, we don’t know what’s going on from one day to the next, I don’t think he knows what’s going on,” de Niro blasted Trump, before celebrating President-elect Joe Biden winning the election, “Thank God, that’s all.” De Niro speculated that he does not believe Trump will leave the office “gracefully,” adding, “There will be other people like him in the future, maybe not in my lifetime.” Watch de Niro’s interview below: The actor later suggested that Trump’s behavior is like “wannabe...
    Robert De Niro spoke out about the 2020 presidential election to both praise Joe Biden and lament the droves of people who voted for Donald Trump.  The 77-year-old actor has been a vocal critic of the president ever since he took office. During an appearance on MSNBC’s “The Beat” Monday, De Niro unpacked the 2020 race with host Ari Melber.  The star opened his segment by reiterating a claim he’s made several times in the past, likening the Trump administration’s relationship to the public to someone being trapped in an abusive relationship.   He went on to call out what he sees as authoritarian behavior from Trump, likening him to “wannabe dictators” throughout history before praising Biden.  ROBERT DE NIRO CALLS RUTH BADER GINSBURG A 'GREAT AMERICAN,' LABELS TRUMP A 'CRIMINAL' “It’s the same playbook as Mussolini, as Hitler, as wannabe dictators. It’s what they’re going to do for the people,...
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    The Robert De Niro-starrer comedy-drama, The War With Grandpa, has been scheduled for a theatrical release on November 13. The film follows the ‘war’ that breaks out between a grandfather (played by De Niro) and his grandson (Oakes Fegley), when the latter wishes to reclaim the bedroom he is forced to share with the old man. No Time to Die: Makers of Daniel Craig’s Bond Film Demand a Whopping $600 Million to Release It on OTT Platform Director Tim Hill has helmed the project, which was recently released in the US. Cinemas in India re-opened on October 15 with 50 per cent seating capacity, after months of closure owing to the Covid pandemic. Mira Nair Plans Re-Release of Her 1991 Film Mississippi Masala to Honour Kamala Harris Several old films including “Kedarnath”, “Thappad”, “Tanhaji: The Unsung Warrior” and “Malang” were re-released post lockdown. Business so far, however, has been far...
    Amy Coney Barretts past calls into question her pledges of impartiality Chargers Joey Bosa helped teach Jaguars’ K’Lavon Chaisson after game Oakes Fegley says his new movie with Robert De Niro was left in disarray thanks to constant production changes © Provided by INSIDER Robert De Niro and Oakes Fegley in "The War With Grandpa." Ben Rothstein Oakes Fegley said that his new family comedy starring Robert De Niro had originally been left in "disarray' thanks to constant changes to the film's production.  Fegley, who is now 16-year-old, said that he was "maybe 12 or 13" when he first landed the role, but a series of production changes and push-backs meant that filming didn't start for many years.  He added: "We were originally going to film in Canada. In Toronto. And then we ended up filming in Atlanta, Georgia. So, that obviously changed as well and threw a...
    Robert De Niro and Oakes Fegley in "The War With Grandpa." Ben Rothstein Oakes Fegley said that his new family comedy starring Robert De Niro had originally been left in "disarray' thanks to constant changes to the film's production.  Fegley, who is now 16-year-old, said that he was "maybe 12 or 13" when he first landed the role, but a series of production changes and push-backs meant that filming didn't start for many years.  He added: "We were originally going to film in Canada. In Toronto. And then we ended up filming in Atlanta, Georgia. So, that obviously changed as well and threw a lot of different things into disarray."    The film was originally set to be released in 2018 by Harvey Weinstein's production company, but after the fall of the now-disgraced film producer, the film fell into limbo.  Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Earlier...
    Loading the player... One of the producers behind Robert De Niro’s latest film The War with Grandpa is a 15-year-old boy who pitched the project to the veteran actor after reading the classic young-adult novel of the same name.  Tre Peart was in the third grade when he was assigned to read “The War With Grandpa” by Robert Kimmel Smith, first published in 1984. The story centers on a kid named Peter whose grandfather moves in with his family and takes over his grandson’s room. Peter responds by waging a war of pranks to get his room back, PEOPLE reports. Read More: Robert De Niro opens about raising biracial children: ‘I take certain things for granted’ Tre Peart, Robert De Niro, and producers of ‘War with Grandpa’ (Twitter) Peart says he loved the book so much that he asked his parents to see the movie version and learned...
    “The War With Grandpa” may star a who’s who of senior actors, but the person behind it is a teenage boy. Tre Peart, 15, is the executive producer of Robert De Niro’s curmudgeonly comedy, released last Friday — making the teen from Marlboro, NJ, the second-youngest movie producer ever, after Marsai Martin, an executive producer of 2019’s “Big” remake, “Little,” which came out when she was 14. “This has been seven years in the making. I grew up with this project,” said Peart, who worked on the set of the film in Atlanta and fulfilled his school obligations with private tutors alongside the movie’s child actors. “It’s really special. We are going to the theater to see this movie as a family and hopefully hear some laughs from the audience.” The project has actually been in the works since Peart was 8. That’s when he read “The War With Grandpa,”...
    Who knew a dodgeball game between Robert De Niro, Christopher Walken, Cheech Marin, Jane Seymour and a bunch of rowdy kids could be so bland? That’s one of many beige scenes in the new comedy “The War With Grandpa,” a film that’s both by-the-book and based on a book, in which a preteen boy gets back at his grandfather for moving into his room. That could have been an emotionally involving tussle. At one end, you have a young man, Peter (Oakes Fegley), who is just starting to gain his independence — represented by the almighty lockable bedroom — and at the other, a man in his 70s, Ed (De Niro), whose autonomy is slipping away. Neither really has genuine freedom. This film dips its toes into that idea, but mostly goes gung-ho for recycled old-folks jokes and tame pranks. Peter formally declares war on Ed in the manner of...
    Who knew a dodgeball game between Robert De Niro, Christopher Walken, Cheech Marin, Jane Seymour and a bunch of rowdy kids could be so bland? That’s one of many beige scenes in the new comedy “The War With Grandpa,” a film that’s both by-the-book and based on a book, in which a preteen boy gets back at his grandfather for moving into his room. That could have been an emotionally involving tussle. At one end, you have a young man, Peter (Oakes Fegley), who is just starting to gain his independence — represented by the almighty lockable bedroom — and at the other, a man in his 70s, Ed (De Niro), whose autonomy is slipping away. Neither really has genuine freedom. This film dips its toes into that idea, but mostly goes gung-ho for recycled old-folks jokes and tame pranks. Peter formally declares war on Ed in the manner of...
    (CNN)If "The War With Grandpa" sounds like the argument that you're dreading over Thanksgiving dinner, happily, it's not. Instead, this slightly naughty family comedy gets a mild lift from its casting, starting with Robert De Niro as the aforementioned grandpa, who has the audacity to move into his 12-year-old grandson's room.Adapted from Robert Kimmel Smith's book, and directed by Tim Hill (an animation veteran, including "The SpongeBob Movie: Sponge on the Run"), the film quickly turns into a domestic war, with sixth-grade Peter (Oakes Fegley of "The Goldfinch") warning grandpa Ed to relocate, or face the consequences. Unlike his mom, Ed's daughter (Uma Thurman, an unlikely if effective choice), the kid appears little concerned that gramps is still missing his late wife and struggling on his own with things like, well, driving.The "war" unfolds with a series of escalating pranks, at least two of which leave Ed without his pants,...
    Robert De Niro did not mince words in a recent interview in which he was asked about how he's holding up amid the coronavirus pandemic. The "Irishman" star was quick to call his current situation "fortunate" but pointed out the state of the nation as a whole was more than grim due to the Trump administration. "I'm fortunate. I have a more convenient situation. The administration and everything -- you can be in a domestic abusive situation and now we're in a national abusive situation with a leader who is daily giving us something new to be concerned about," De Niro said in an interview with Extra. The 77-year-old is an outspoken critic of Trump, having formerly slammed him as the sole reason Americans are living in an "abusive household." The actor said this week that Trump's reign is the second "virus or pandemic" Americans are facing right now. ROBERT DE NIRO...
    Actor Robert De Niro is once again venting his rage at President Donald Trump, claiming that the Trump presidency is like being in an “abusive” relationship. “You can be in a domestic abusive situation, and now we’re in a national abusive situation with a leader who is daily giving us something new to be concerned about,” the actor said in an interview with Extra to promote his new comedy The War With Grandpa. Watch below: The two-time Oscar-winning star also compared the Trump administration to the viral pandemic. “That’s another kind of virus or pandemic that we are having to deal with. ‘I can’t wait, can’t wait, please God, that it goes away so we can get back to normal, get us all back to normal,'” he said. De Niro then accused President Trump of being a “fraud” who has failed to adequately deal with the pandemic. “Even this virus...
    In an interview with ExtraTV published on Tuesday, actor Robert De Niro took aim at President Donald Trump. Speaking with Terri Seymour, the Hollywood legend compared Trump’s presidency to being in an abusive relationship. De Niro said that Americans are “in a national abusive situation with a leader who is daily giving us something new to be concerned about.” “That’s another kind of virus or pandemic that we are having to deal with. ‘I can’t wait, can’t wait, please God, that it goes away so we can get back to normal, get us all back to normal,'” he continued. De Niro argued that the coronavirus crisis would have been “a lot less severe” with competent leadership. “This nation has been toyed with, played with, conned to be where we are today. When are people going to wake up and see what the fraud is right in front of our very...
    Tre Peart, age 8, read Robert Kimmel Smith’s “The War With Grandpa.” Now a hot 15, living with his moviemaking parents in New Jersey, he’s gotten this filmed and is also its executive producer. Tre: “My parents always said to read a book before seeing its movie. But this, a school assignment, about a family member moving in and taking over, had no movie. See, I loved the story because that happened to me in Puerto Rico with my grandma.” In the film is Jane Seymour, Cheech Marin, Uma Thurman, who plays grampa’s daughter, Christopher Walken, who plays his friend, and Robert De Niro as the pushy grampa co-opting the kid’s room. Says this teen film magnate: “I always loved Robert De Niro. As a young child, I’d always say he’s so great. But I didn’t know the magnitude of getting him. “In this story, the selfish boy wants to...
    Robert De Niro is fearing for America's future more than ever before after the death of Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg. The Oscar winner, 77, spoke with Yahoo Entertainment about how the late justice was a trailblazer and a patriot. “She was a great American, period,” the "Raging Bull" star said. “It only adds to the problem, and the situation now that she has passed, unfortunately. People like her are few and far between.” After paying tribute to Ginsburg, De Niro also spoke out against President Donald Trump, calling him a "criminal" who will "stop at nothing" to win the 2020 election. ROBERT DE NIRO: LIVING UNDER TRUMP IS LIKE LIVING IN AN 'ABUSIVE HOUSEHOLD' “We have to win it. Everybody has to join. We have to speak out and win this fight, period," De Niro said. "We can’t let this go further. If [he gets] another four years, we’re into...
    Actor Robert De Niro has once again went on the attack against President Donald Trump, describing him as a “criminal” who will turn the United States into a fascist country if he wins a second term in November’s presidential election. “[Trump is] a criminal who will stop at nothing [and] do anything to win,” said De Niro in an interview with Yahoo Entertainment. “We have to win it. Everybody has to join. We have to speak out and win this fight, period. We can’t let this go further. If [he gets] another four years, we’re into fascism, American-style, period.” Watch below:  The Joker star also argued that Trump’s re-election would cause “irreparable damage” to America because the world would think its voters are “crazy.” “It’s unimaginable what will happen [if Trump is re-elected],” De Niro explained. “We would survive but it would be irreparable damage. In some ways now there’s irreparable damage...
    ACTOR Robert De Niro warned that if President Donald Trump gets reelected in November, the US will fall “into fascism.” De Niro called Trump a “criminal who will stop at nothing” to win, in an interview with Yahoo Entertainment released on Thursday. 3Actor Robert De Niro said the US will get 'into fascism, American-style,' if President Donald Trump is reelectedCredit: Yahoo Entertainment “We have to win it. Everybody has to join. We have to speak out and win this fight, period. We can’t let this go further,” De Niro said. If Trump gets “another four years, we’re into fascism, American-style, period,” the Oscar-winning actor opined.  Fascism is a far-right government system with a dictator holding complete power.  De Niro urged Americans to vote and said it is “unimaginable what will happen” if Trump wins the presidential election.  3Robert De Niro called Trump a 'criminal who will stop at nothing' to...
    Sharon Stone kisses and tells. The 62-year-old actress revealed that her best on-screen smooch was with none other than her “Casino” co-star Robert De Niro. “Robert de Niro was for sure the best kisser,” she recently told Andy Cohen on “Watch What Happens Live.” “Bob was far and away the best kisser.” Robert De Niro and Sharon Stone in “Casino”Getty Images Stone said kissing the now 77-year-old actor in their legendary 1995 mob film was so special because she was such a huge fan. “It was the actor that I admired the most and my whole career [I] was like, I just wanted to be able to sit across the table from Robert De Niro and hold my own,” she said. “Maybe because I just held him in such extraordinary high regard and it was the pinnacle of the kissing moment for me.” She had such a major crush on...
    Sharon Stone decided to kiss and tell after she revealed that the best on-screen kiss she ever got in her career was from Robert De Niro. “Well Robert De Niro was for sure the best kisser,” the 62-year-old actress shared during her appearance on “Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen.” The comments were noted by Fox News in a piece published Wednesday. (RELATED: Sharon Stone Knocks Bernie Sanders: ‘How Much Acid Has He Taken?’) WATCH: “Bob was far and away the best kisser,” she added of the role she had with him in “Casino” in 1995. “He was the actor that I admired the most. My whole career I just wanted to be able to sit across the table from Robert De Niro and hold my own. Maybe because I just held him in such extraordinary high regard, it was the pinnacle of the kissing moment for me.”...
    Sharon Stone didn’t hesitate when it came to naming Robert De Niro as her best on-screen kisser. The actors worked together as husband and wife in the 1995 movie "Casino." Stone’s character was a former prostitute-turned-hustler while De Niro played a mob boss of Tangiers Casino. The actress, 62, appeared on Andy Cohen's “Watch What Happens Live” on Tuesday when a caller asked who her best and worst on-screen kissers were. ROBERT DE NIRO'S LAWYER SAYS CORONAVIRUS HAS CAUSED THE ACTOR FINANCIAL STRAIN “Robert De Niro was for sure the best kisser,” Stone declared. “Bob was far and away the best kisser.” She explained, “He was the actor that I admired the most. My whole career I just wanted to be able to sit across the table from Robert De Niro and hold my own. Maybe because I just held him in such extraordinary high regard, it was the pinnacle of...
    Morgan Freeman and Robert De Niro have teamed up for “The Comeback Trail,” and it looks pretty good. The plot of the film, according to the YouTube description, is, “Two movie producers who owe money to the mob set up their aging movie star for an insurance scam to try and save themselves. But they wind up getting more than they ever imagined.” (REVIEW: ‘Westworld’ Season 3 Ends With The Possible Deaths Of Multiple Characters) Judging from the trailer, audiences are going to be in for a very fun and funny time. Give it a watch below! This movie looks awesome, and the cast is loaded. On top of Freeman and De Niro leading the way, Tommy Lee Jones is also in the cast. Talk about a blast from the past. I honestly can’t remember the last time I saw Tommy Lee Jones in anything. Feels like a lifetime...
    Alyssa Milano, Billie Eilish, Robert De Niro, The Jonas Brothers and hundreds of stars have signed a California police reform letter. Celebrities from the entertainment, sports and music industries signed the letter urging CA state legislature to pass two police reform bills, SB 776 and SB 731, per Fox News in a piece published Thursday.  (RELATED: Alyssa Milano Tweets Photos Of VP Pence, Nazi SS Chief Himmler) “SB 776 will establish the transparency and reporting needed to ensure that officers who engage in wrongful activity are removed – and kept – from these valued law enforcement positions,” the proposal states. (RELATED: Robert De Niro Said ‘F**k Trump’ At The Tony Awards, And The Audience Went Wild) Don’t play politics with Black lives @rendon63rd! ADVANCE #SB731 in the name of #KennethRossJr. Because police who kill people shouldn’t get to keep their jobs. #DecertifyPolice #DecertifyDirtyCops #BlackLivesMatter @blmla https://t.co/bt4rJICxLm pic.twitter.com/9HJIJNlOpz — Alyssa Milano...
    In his prime form, Robert De Niro was considered the benchmark when it comes to ranking a performance. The actor ruled the hearts of critics and cinephiles during the ’80s and the ’90s with some spectacular performances that continued to be loved even today and in future too. Fearless, both on and off screen (watch him taking down Trump every opportunity he gets), Robert De Niro is an inspiration to many actors, who consider him as one of their idols and role models. De Niro is turning 77 on August 17, 2020, so here’s us wishing the wonderful actor par excellence Many Many Happy Returns of the Day! Martin Scorsese Inks First-Look Deal With Apple; The Irishman Maker to Direct & Produce New Film & Television Projects Exclusively for Apple TV+ Now when we talk about De Niro’s most spectacular performances, what are the movies that come to your mind? We...
    NOTABLE PEOPLE BORN ON THIS DAY include Oscar-winner Robert De Niro, who was born in 1943; Oracle Corporation co-founder Larry Ellison, who was born in 1944; “Valley Girl” director Martha Coolidge, who was born in 1946; “Downton Abbey” creator Julian Fellowes, who was born in 1949; guitar virtuoso Eric Johnson, who was born in 1954; Go-Go’s co-founder Belinda Carlisle, who was born in 1958; “The Corrections” author Jonathan Franzen, who was born in 1959; Oscar-winner Sean Penn, who was born in 1960; NFL head coach Jon Gruden, who was born in 1963; “Blue Bloods” star Donnie Wahlberg, who was born in 1969; International Tennis Hall of Famer Jim Courier, who was born in 1970; former Yankees catcher Jorge Posada, who was born in 1971; San Antonio Spurs forward Rudy Gay, who was born in Brooklyn in 1986; and figure skater Gracie Gold, who was born in 1995. *** FULL STEAM...
    CELEBRITIES BORN ON THIS DAY: Austin Butler, 29; Tammy Townsend, 50; Donnie Wahlberg, 51; Robert De Niro, 77. Robert De Niro  (AP Photo/Kin Cheung)  Happy Birthday: Take stock of what you’ve accomplished and how you want to move forward. Having a plan in place will help you reach your goal with the least amount of struggle. You’ll have added discipline this year, so put it to good use and pursue personal and professional goals that will boost your confidence and enhance your life. Your numbers are 9, 13, 24, 27, 31, 39, 46.  ARIES (March 21-April 19): Put pent-up energy to good use. You can take physical action and get things done, or you can stew over what everyone else is doing and achieve little. Use intelligence and physical capabilities to make a difference in the way plans turn out. 5 stars  TAURUS (April 20-May 20): Choose what feels right....
    Utah Jazz owner and billionaire Gail Miller among Utah’s influential Women of the Century 6 national restaurant chains in deepest trouble amid COVID-19 include Outback Steakhouse, IHOP and Dennys Robert De Niro Engages in an All-Out Prank Battle in The War with Grandpa Trailer Robert De Niro has his work cut out for him in his latest movie. Replay Video SETTINGS OFF HD HQ SD LO Skip Ad The Oscar-winning actor stars as Ed, a grandfather nearing the end of his independent life who's forced to move in with his daughter, played by Uma Thurman, after a series of mishaps. © Provided by People Robert De Niro plays a man who faces off with his grandson in his latest movie But the relocation goes awry when he takes over his grandson's room — and Peter (The Goldfinch's Oakes Fegley) isn't giving up so easily. "Kid look, I didn't want...
    In this episode: A decades-old feud between Mickey Rourke and Robert De Niro has been reignited after a fiery Instagram post. In other petty news, August Alsina released a song about Jada Pinkett Smith and their “entanglement.” And “Selling Sunset” star Amanza Smith is recovering after a churro-making disaster.        Here’s a closer look at some of today’s stories: The 30-year feud Mickey Rourke slammed Robert De Niro on Friday, saying he would “embarrass” the 76-year-old actor “severely” should their paths cross. Posting a photo of De Niro to his Instagram, Rourke, 67, put the “The Irishman” actor on blast, seemingly referencing past comments made about Martin Scorsese’s crime drama. “Hey Robert De Niro, that’s right i am talking to you, you big f–king crybaby,” Rourke began. “A friend of mine just recently told me that a few months back you’re quoted as saying to newspapers ‘Mickey...
    On this episode: A decades-old feud between Mickey Rourke and Robert De Niro has been reignited after a fiery Instagram put up. In different petty information, August Alsina launched a tune about Jada Pinkett Smith and their “entanglement.” And “Promoting Sundown” star Amanza Smith is recovering after a churro-making catastrophe.        Right here’s a more in-depth have a look at a few of as we speak’s tales:The 30-year feudMickey Rourke slammed Robert De Niro on Friday, saying he would “embarrass” the 76-year-old actor “severely” ought to their paths cross. Posting a photograph of De Niro to his Instagram, Rourke, 67, put the “The Irishman” actor on blast, seemingly referencing previous feedback made about Martin Scorsese’s crime drama. “Hey Robert De Niro, that’s proper i’m speaking to you, you massive f–king crybaby,” Rourke started. “A buddy of mine only in the near past advised me that a couple...
    Mickey Rourke is in no mood to keep calm and his recent Instagram post is the proof to it. It is no new news that Mickey and Robert De Niro are not on good terms with each other. Once co-stars in the 1987 film, Angel Heart, they are publicly at logger heads. In one of his latest posts, Mickey went ahead and called the Goodfellas actor as ‘crybaby’ in a long note and his picture attached to it. Robert De Niro, Anne Hathaway Board Cate Blanchett Starrer Armageddon Time. He legit posted his iconic poster where he is seen smoking cigarette. In the caption, he wrote, “Hey Robert De Niro, that’s right i am talking to you, you big f*king crybaby. A friend of mine just recently told me that a few months back you’re quoted as saying to newspapers “Mickey Rourke’s a liar he talks all kind of...
    Mickey Rourke and Robert De Niro appeared together in 1987's "Angel Heart." BG020/Bauer-Griffin/GC Images/Carlo Allegri/Reuters Mickey Rourke reignited his feud with Robert De Niro in an angry Instagram post on Friday, July 17, calling De Niro a "big f---ing crybaby." Rourke wrote: "A friend of mine just recently told me that a few months back you're quoted as saying to newspapers 'Mickey Rourke's a liar he talks all kind of s---.'" Rourke was referring to an argument from last year, which started when Rourke told Italian TV show, "Live — Non è la D'Urso" that De Niro refused to work with him in Martin Scorcese's "The Irishman," and thus he lost out on a part. De Niro's rep disputed these claims, saying: "Mickey Rourke was never asked to be in 'The Irishman' nor was he ever even thought of, discussed, or considered to be in the movie." Their...
    Mickey Rourke is taking another jab at Robert De Niro. The actors have been embroiled in a feud for several decades since they starred together in 1987's "Angel Heart," with Rourke accusing De Niro of poor on-set behavior. Now, the "Sin City" star, 67, has reignited the flames by slamming De Niro, 76, in an Instagram post shared on Friday. ROBERT DE NIRO'S LAWYER SAYS CORONAVIRUS HAS CAUSED THE ACTOR FINANCIAL STRAIN The photo attached to the post showed De Niro smoking a cigarette decades ago. Mickey Rourke (left) and Robert De Niro have been involved in a feud since the 1980s. (Getty, File) "Hey Robert De Niro, that’s right i am talking to you, you big f--king crybaby. A friend of mine just recently told me that a few months back you’re quoted as saying to newspapers 'Mickey Rourke’s a liar he talks all kind of s--t.'" The...
    Mickey Rourke slammed Robert De Niro on Friday, claiming he would “embarrass” the 76-year-old actor “severely” ought to their paths cross. Posting a photograph of De Niro to his Instagram, Rourke, 67, put the “Irishman” actor on blast, seemingly referencing previous feedback made about Martin Scorsese’s crime drama. “Hey Robert De Niro, that’s proper i’m speaking to you, you large f–king crybaby,” Rourke started. “A buddy of mine only recently informed me that a couple of months again you’re quoted as saying to newspapers ‘Mickey Rourke’s a liar he talks all type of s–t’. Hear Mr.Robust Man within the motion pictures, you’re the first person who ever known as me a liar and it was in a newspaper.” Rourke, whose alleged feud with De Niro dates again three many years, claimed in September that he was blocked from showing in “The Irishman” due to De Niro. “Marty Scorsese, nice...
    Mickey Rourke slammed Robert De Niro on Friday, claiming he would “embarrass” the 76-year-old actor “severely” should their paths cross. Posting a photo of De Niro to his Instagram, Rourke, 67, put the “Irishman” actor on blast, seemingly referencing past comments made about Martin Scorsese’s crime drama. “Hey Robert De Niro, that’s right i am talking to you, you big f–king crybaby,” Rourke began. “A friend of mine just recently told me that a few months back you’re quoted as saying to newspapers ‘Mickey Rourke’s a liar he talks all kind of s–t’. Listen Mr.Tough Guy in the movies, you’re the 1st person that ever called me a liar and it was in a newspaper.” Rourke, whose alleged feud with De Niro dates back three decades, claimed in September that he was blocked from appearing in “The Irishman” because of De Niro. “Marty Scorsese, great director, he wanted to...
    Mickey Rourke slammed Robert De Niro on Friday, claiming he would “embarrass” the 76-year-old actor “severely” should their paths cross. Posting a photo of De Niro to his Instagram, Rourke, 67, put the “Irishman” actor on blast, seemingly referencing past comments made about Martin Scorsese’s crime drama. “Hey Robert De Niro, that’s right i am talking to you, you big f–king crybaby,” Rourke began. “A friend of mine just recently told me that a few months back you’re quoted as saying to newspapers ‘Mickey Rourke’s a liar he talks all kind of s–t’. Listen Mr.Tough Guy in the movies, you’re the 1st person that ever called me a liar and it was in a newspaper.” Rourke, whose alleged feud with De Niro dates back three decades, claimed in September that he was blocked from appearing in “The Irishman” because of De Niro. “Marty Scorsese, great director, he wanted to meet...
    Florida Bicyclist, 62, Injured in Collision with an Iguana Watch: Patrick Mahomes with absurd behind-the-back pass Mickey Rourke threatens to embarrass Robert De Niro in fiery post Seemingly out of the blue, Mickey Rourke has reignited a decades-old feud with Robert De Niro, even threatening to "severely" embarrass the "Raging Bull" actor. © Megan Cencula/WWD/REX/Shutterstock Mickey Rourke Mickey took to Instagram on Friday to share an expletive-filled rant about Robert, saying he heard that Robert was talking trash about him.  In posting a photo of the famed actor, Mickey called Robert a "big f—ing crybaby." © DAVID SWANSON/EPA-EFE/Shutterstock Robert De Niro "The Wrestler" actor claimed he heard from a friend that Robert called him a "liar" to the media, although Mickey doesn't indicate who told him this, nor the newspaper which supposedly ran the insult. It's believed that the men had a disagreement about 2019's "The Irishman." "Listen Mr.Tough...
    The Governor of New York, Andrew Cuomo, launched a “mask up” campaign featuring the likes of actors Morgan Freeman and Robert De Niro on Thursday, with the aim of pushing people to wear face coverings amid the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. The campaign, entitled “Mask Up America,” comprises of eight videos, two of which were released on Thursday. Directed by Oscar-winning director Katheryn Bigelow, the videos include prominent celebrities Morgan Freeman, Robert De Niro, Jamie Foxx, Jeffrey Wright, and others preaching the importance of wearing a mask. “I may never have met you. We don’t go way back. Maybe we wouldn’t even be friends if we did. But when you wear a mask, you have my respect,” Freeman says in one of the videos. “Because your mask doesn’t protect you, it protects me. And I wear my mask to protect you.” The ads will air during donated media time not just in New...
    On the front lines of the war on COVID-19, there are many civilian heroes going out of their way, as volunteers and contributors. Also, many who are elected to serve are going the extra mile. In this column the Eagle hopes to give our readers an ongoing update on those fighting in the front lines. With the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic spreading fast in many states across the country, Gov. Andrew Cuomo today launched the national “Mask Up America” education and awareness campaign to urge all Americans to wear a mask while in public. Eight 30-second television spots, which will be rolled out throughout the month of July, have been produced by Jane Rosenthal of Tribeca Enterprises and directed by Kathryn Bigelow. They feature Robert De Niro, Kaitlyn Dever, Jamie Foxx, Morgan Freeman, and others. New York City Comptroller Scott Stringer has released a new analysis of the U.S. Small Business...
    ROBERT De Niro will "be lucky to make $7.5million this year" after coronavirus hammered his finances. The iconic actor explained that his cashflow has been affected by the virus in court - after his wife asked for her monthly American Express limit to be doubled to $100,000, Page Six reported. 2 Robert De Niro has been hit by the pandemicCredit: AFP or licensors De Niro appeared for the divorce case with Grace Hightower via Skype as her lawyer said that the actor had unfairly cut her allowance and said that she and their children were banned from an upstate compound where he was quarantining, according to the outlet. However, De Niro's lawyers said that the limit was cut due to the financial impact that the coronavirus on restaurant chain Nobu and Greenwich Hotel - which he both has stakes in. Attorney Caroline Krauss said that Nobu lost $4.87million between April...
    ROBERT De Niro claims the coronavirus pandemic is costing him millions. Here is more on the acting legend and what he has to say about his finances. 6 Robert De Niro attends a screening of The Irishman in New York City in 2019Credit: Splash News 6 Robert DeNiro and his wife Grace Hightower attend a party in Washington, DC, in 2009Credit: Reuters Who is Robert De Niro? De Niro was born on August 17, 1943, in New York City. He has had dozens of memorable film roles, including 2019's The Irishman, Taxi Driver (1976), Raging Bull (1980), and Goodfellas ten years later. The 76-year-old thespian won Oscars for his roles in Raging Bull and The Godfather Part II. He has been nominated for his work in eight films. De Niro has been married twice and has six children. 6 De Niro in Taxi DriverCredit: Alamy What did De Niro say...
    Robert De Niro will likely be dwelling in upstate New York “for the foreseeable” due to the coronavirus pandemic, his lawyer mentioned throughout a court docket listening to Thursday. The “Irishman” actor attended a Skype listening to in his divorce case with Grace Hightower by which she was asking a choose to order De Niro to lift her month-to-month bank card restrict from $50,000 to $100,000 and provides her entry to his upstate three-home compound. De Niro’s lawyer, Caroline Krauss, advised the choose that his estranged spouse and their two youngsters shouldn’t be granted unique use of the “Gardiner property” — an obvious reference to an Ulster county city — because the “Raging Bull” star and his different youngsters and grandchildren plan to proceed to remain there. “He intends to reside in Gardiner for the foreseeable future,” Krauss mentioned of De Niro — who grew up in Manhattan and...
    Robert De Niro will be living in upstate New York “for the foreseeable” because of the coronavirus pandemic, his lawyer said during a court hearing Thursday. The “Irishman” actor attended a Skype hearing in his divorce case with Grace Hightower in which she was asking a judge to order De Niro to raise her monthly credit card limit from $50,000 to $100,000 and give her access to his upstate three-home compound. De Niro’s lawyer, Caroline Krauss, told the judge that his estranged wife and their two kids should not be granted exclusive use of the “Gardiner property” — an apparent reference to an Ulster county town — as the “Raging Bull” star and his other children and grandchildren plan to continue to stay there. “He intends to reside in Gardiner for the foreseeable future,” Krauss said of De Niro — who grew up in Manhattan and has deep roots...
    Robert De Niro will be living in upstate New York “for the foreseeable” because of the coronavirus pandemic, his lawyer said during a court hearing Thursday. The “Irishman” actor attended a Skype hearing in his divorce case with Grace Hightower in which she was asking a judge to order De Niro to raise her monthly credit card limit from $50,000 to $100,000 and give her access to his upstate three-home compound. De Niro’s lawyer, Caroline Krauss, told the judge that his estranged wife and their two kids should not be granted exclusive use of the “Gardiner property” — an apparent reference to an Ulster county town — as the “Raging Bull” star and his other children and grandchildren plan to continue to stay there. “He intends to reside in Gardiner for the foreseeable future,” Krauss said of De Niro — who grew up in Manhattan and has deep roots in...
    Actor Robert De Niro is reportedly under financial strain after losing paychecks due to the coronavirus. “His accounts and business manager … says that the best case for Mr. De Niro, if everything starts to turn around this year … he is going to be lucky if he makes $7.5 million this year,” De Niro’s lawyer Caroline Krauss said, according to a report published Thursday by Page Six. The actor’s estranged wife Grace Hightower reportedly filed an emergency order to raise her credit card limit back to $100,000 from $50,000. Hightower also claimed that De Niro banned her and her son from the actor’s home in New York. Robert De Niro ‘will be lucky if he makes $7.5 million this year’, lawyers say https://t.co/PWVtFOtI5p — The Independent (@Independent) July 10, 2020 “These people, in spite of his robust earnings, have always spent more than he has earned so this 76-year-old...
    Actor Robert De Niro apparently has been under some financial stress since the coronavirus pandemic upended some of his businesses. In a divorce case with his estranged wife, De Niro's team argued the health crisis, which sent several small businesses, retailers, and major events into financial distress due to closures or restrictions on capacity, has been particularly hard on De Niro's Greenwich Hotel and his restaurant chain, Nobu. De Niro's lawyer, Caroline Krauss, said in Manhattan court that Nobu lost $3 million in April and an additional $1.87 million in May. De Niro also had to pay investors $500,000 on a capital call, which he borrowed money from his business partners to pay "because he doesn't have the cash," she said according to Page Six. “His accounts and business manager … says that the best case for Mr. De Niro, if everything starts to turn around this year, …...
    Coronavirus updates: US COVID-19 deaths begin to climb again I spent the night in a New York hotel that made 3 core changes to help guests feel safe during the pandemic — and I think it sets a good model for beachfront hotels everywhere Robert De Niros lawyer says the actors finances have been ruined by the coronavirus © Provided by INSIDER Robert De Niro and Grace Hightower were together for 21 years. John Lamparski/WireImage Robert De Niro's finances have been badly hit due to the coronavirus pandemic, according to his attorneys. De Niro is battling his ex-wife Grace Hightower in court, and appeared via Skype at an emergency hearing after he cut her monthly credit card limit from $100,000 to $50,000. According to the Daily Mail, De Niro's lawyer Caroline Krauss told the judge that he was forced to make this cut as his finances have been...
    Robert De Niro and Grace Hightower were together for 21 years. John Lamparski/WireImage Robert De Niro's finances have been badly hit due to the coronavirus pandemic, according to his attorneys. De Niro is battling his ex-wife Grace Hightower in court, and appeared via Skype at an emergency hearing after he cut her monthly credit card limit from $100,000 to $50,000. According to the Daily Mail, De Niro's lawyer Caroline Krauss told the judge that he was forced to make this cut as his finances have been impacted so badly. Krauss said that De Niro's restaurant and hotel chain, Nobu and The Greenwich Hotel, have made huge losses over the past few months, while his earnings from "The Irishman" have almost dried up. Krauss said: "He is going to be lucky if he makes $7.5 million this year." Hightower's attorney responded by saying that De Niro "has used the...
    Robert De Niro's finances have taken a beating during the coronavirus pandemic, his attorneys have claimed, as they sought to prevent his estranged wife from accessing more of his $500 million fortune. De Niro, 76, has been battling his ex-wife Grace Hightower, 65, over the terms of their divorce. The pair confirmed their separation in November 2018 after 21 years together. De Niro has been riding out COVID-19 from his upstate New York compound in the village of Gardiner, and appeared at the hearing on the phone over Skype. Robert De Niro and Grace Hightower, pictured in April 2018, seven months before they confirmed their separation after 21 years of marriage. The divorce battle is now being fought De Niro and Hightower, pictured in September 1998 - a year after their wedding The emergency hearing was called after De Niro halved Hightower's monthly American Express credit card limit,...
    The coronavirus pandemic has not only stopped Robert De Niro from working, but he's also taken quite the pay cut this year as well. In court, De Niro's estranged wife Grace Hightower asked for an emergency order for her husband, 76, to raise her monthly American Express credit card limit from $50,000 to $100,000, according to Page Six. Hightower's lawyer told the judge that De Niro had cut her credit card limit from $100,000, also claiming that she and her two children have been banned from the actor's New York compound. ROBERT DE NIRO'S FORMER ASSISTANT THREATENED TO WRITE A TELL-ALL BOOK ABOUT HIM: REPORT Attorneys for De Niro said the actor has come under financial strain as the coronavirus pandemic has limited or halted business for the restaurant chain Nobu and Greenwich Hotel, of which, he has stakes in both, resulting in the cut to the credit card limit. ...
    Actor Robert De Niro is claiming that the coronavirus pandemic has dealt him a serious financial blow in the latest round of his divorce battle with estranged wife Grace Hightower, according to a report from the New York Post. Lawyers for the anti-Trump actor reportedly argued during a virtual court hearing Thursday that De Niro cut Hightower’s credit card limit because his restaurant chain Nobu as well as the Greenwich Hotel have been forced to close or partially close due to the virus. They said Nobu lost $3 million in April and another $1.87 million in May, and that De Niro had to pay investors $500,000, which he borrowed from his business partners “because he doesn’t have the cash.” It was recently revealed that Robert De Niro’s Nobu restaurants and hotels took 14 coronavirus relief program loans worth $28 million. The Raging Bull actor is believed to be personally worth $500 million. His...
    Robert De Niro says he’s working out of dinero. The coronavirus dealt an enormous monetary blow to the actor’s funds he revealed in courtroom, as his estranged spouse requested for an emergency order to boost her month-to-month American Categorical card credit score restrict from $50,000 to $100,000. The “Irishman” actor appeared by cellphone on a Skype name in his Manhattan divorce case with Grace Hightower as her lawyer advised a decide that De Niro unfairly minimize her month-to-month Am-Ex allowance from $100,000 to $50,000 and mentioned she and their youngsters had been banned from an upstate compound the place De Niro is staying through the pandemic. However attorneys for De Niro mentioned he minimize Hightower’s bank card restrict as a result of he’s taken an enormous monetary hit because the restaurant chain Nobu and Greenwich Resort, each of which he has stakes in, have been closed or partially closed...
    Robert De Niro says he’s running out of dinero. The coronavirus dealt a massive financial blow to the actor’s finances he revealed in court, as his estranged wife asked for an emergency order to raise her monthly American Express card credit limit from $50,000 to $100,000. The “Irishman” actor appeared by phone on a Skype call in his Manhattan divorce case with Grace Hightower as her lawyer told a judge that De Niro unfairly cut her monthly Am-Ex allowance from $100,000 to $50,000 and said she and their children had been banned from an upstate compound where De Niro is staying during the pandemic. But lawyers for De Niro said he cut Hightower’s credit card limit because he’s taken a huge financial hit as the restaurant chain Nobu and Greenwich Hotel, both of which he has stakes in, have been closed or partially closed for months with barely any business....
    Nobu, the international luxury chain of sushi restaurants and hotels, took up to $28 million in loans from the U.S. small business relief program as part of the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP), according to recently released government filings. The chain, which includes 46 restaurants and 13 luxury hotels across the world, was co-founded by actor Robert De Niro, celebrity chef Nobuyuki “Nobu” Matsuhisa, and film producer Meir Teper. Nobu took 14 loans totaling as much as $27.7 million, CNBC reported. Because the Small Business Administration (SBA) provides only a range for loan sizes instead of precise dollar amounts, however, the Nobu group may have received as little as $11 million, CNBC said. DeNiro, for the record, is worth an estimated $500 million. “Restaurants were among the biggest recipients of the Paycheck Protection Program, a key component of the government’s response to the economic impact of the coronavirus pandemic. The news that...
    Booker easily wins New Jersey Senate primary Chargers star Austin Ekeler takes fans on virtual tour of gorgeous SoFi Stadium Robert De Niros Nobu Restaurants Got Millions in PPP Loans Amid COVID-19 Robert De Niro‘s Nobu restaurant group is under fire after receiving millions of dollars in Paycheck Protection Program loans from the federal government amid the coronavirus pandemic. © Nick Harvey/Shutterstock Robert De Niro at the Nobu Hotel opening in 2018. Full House! Mel Gibson and More Celeb Parents With Big Broods Read article The upscale chain, which was founded by De Niro, 76, celebrity chef Nobuyuki “Nobu” Matsuhisa and film producer Meir Teper in 1994, has outposts all over the world, including several in the United States. According to government filings released on Monday, July 6, the Nobu brand, which also includes several luxury hotels, took 14 Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) loans from the U.S. Small Business...
    Robert De Niro‘s Nobu restaurant group is below hearth after receiving tens of millions of {dollars} in Paycheck Safety Program loans from the federal authorities amid the coronavirus pandemic. The upscale chain, which was based by De Niro, 76, superstar chef Nobuyuki “Nobu” Matsuhisa and movie producer Meir Teper in 1994, has outposts all around the world, together with a number of in america. In keeping with authorities filings launched on Monday, July 6, the Nobu model, which additionally contains a number of luxurious motels, took 14 Paycheck Safety Program (PPP) loans from the U.S. Small Enterprise Administration for as a lot as $28 million. The loans had been designed particularly to assist small companies struggling amid the COVID-19 pandemic. Extra particularly, the chain obtained funding for areas scattered throughout the nation, from California to Texas and New York, in response to the information. The outpost in Malibu is...
    Nobu, the posh, high-end restaurant and hotel chain — backed by left-wing actor and raging Trump-basher Robert De Niro — took more than a dozen loans from the Trump administration’s Paycheck Protection Program (PPP). In DeNiro’s eyes, President Trump is a “mean-spirited, soulless, amoral, abusive con-artist son of a bitch.” But that didn’t stop one of the actor’s prime investments from using the Trump administration’s loan program for cash, a loan program meant to help keep small business wrecked by the Chinese coronavirus financially afloat. De Niro-backed Nobu restaurants took more than a dozen PPP loans https://t.co/pSYIdPeFUr — CNBC (@CNBC) July 6, 2020 The Nobu chain of luxury restaurants and hotels took 14 loans from the U.S. small business relief program for as much as $28 million, which went toward properties across the country, from California, to Texas, to New York, according to a report by CNBC. Nobuyuki “Nobu” Matsuhisa — the...
    Diehard fans of Robert De Niro know he has a long history of dating and marrying Black women. Now the Hollywood veteran is opening up about what it’s like raising his six biracial children in this current social climate. “My children are all half-Black and I don’t have, even me, I take certain things for granted,” De Niro admitted Wednesday evening while talking about his family during a virtual appearance on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon. READ MORE: 5 reasons you must watch Spike Lee’s ‘Da 5 Bloods’ In addition to acknowledging his privilege as a white man and all the opportunities it affords him, he realizes that his children may not be privy to the same. “When people say that they tell their kids, ‘Keep your hands [out] when you’re stopped by any cops, keep your hands on the steering wheel, don’t make a sudden move, don’t put your...
    Robert De Niro shared his thoughts on the current racial tensions in the United States as the parent of six biracial children. The 76-year-old actor appeared Thursday on “The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon” and was asked about his thoughts on the ongoing protests sparked by the police-involved death of George Floyd. The actor noted that, even though he’s the father of adult biracial children, he too had blind spots when it comes to racism and his privilege. “My children are all half-black and I don't have, even me, I take certain things for granted,” he explained. “When people say that they tell their kids, ‘keep your hands [up] when you’re stopped, stopped by anybody, cops, keep your hands on the steering wheel, don’t make a sudden move, don’t put your hands below, don’t do this.’ You hear that … That’s scary. That has to change.” HOW PAST OUTBREAKS SHAPED CORONAVIRUS RESPONSE...
    Robert De Niro opened up in an interview Wednesday about raising his six biracial children amid the ongoing Black Lives Matter protests. “My children are all half black and I don’t have … even me, I take certain things for granted,” the 76-year-old Oscar winner said on “The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon.” “When people say that they tell their kids, ‘Keep your hands when you’re stopped by anybody or cops, keep your hands on the steering wheel, don’t make a sudden move, don’t put your hands below, don’t do this,’ you understand that,” said De Niro. “That’s scary. That has to change … A lot of people have been saying the cops have to help in the community and have a sensitivity, and there are good cops of course who have that already. But there are some who don’t, and they shouldn’t be there.” The “Irishman” star shares daughter...
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