"Joy" to reunite two of the stars and the directorRead more...
The project was originally set up at Universal but is now being packaged and pimped by QED.
Rene Russo, Andrew Ranells, Nat Wolff, Adam DeVine and Anders Holm also in the cast
The plot elements are currently under wraps, but it has been described as a sophisticated, heist action/thriller.
A second trailer also released for the taught crime thriller also starring Rebecca Da Costa and Sticky Fingaz
“Raging Bull” and “Grudge Match” star returns with yet another boxing-set feature
Movie legend to play real-life gambling icon
Old sports Sylvester Stallone and Robert De Niro play former boxers
Robert De Niro’s next best role might’ve come courtesy the late, much-missed James Gandolfini.
Rodrigo Cortes bought us one of the most tightly-wound thrillers of the last few years with the excellent ”Buried”. With a brilliant lead Read more…
The movie looks somewhat like a cross between “Goodfellas” and “Married to the Mob” – hope that balance works.
And more find employment
Jason Clarke and Omar Sy also star in the film. De Niro plays a cop.
Based on a dramatic six-part series of articles by Bryan Denson
Chronicles the journey of a golden-era boxer who was once considered one of the best
A pic from a comedy that teams ‘boxing movie’ greats Sylvester Stallone (“Rocky”) and Robert De Niro (“Raging Bull”) has come online.
One of the most profitable films of the year, “The Best Marigold Hotel” – lovely little film too, with great performances from the Read more…
The film tells the story of two retired brawlers (Stallone and De Niro) who find themselves once again squaring off for a fight
The story of the Manzonis, a notorious mafia family who gets relocated to Normandy, France under the witness protection program. While they do their best to fit in, old habits die hard and they soon find themselves handling things the “family” way.
The cold war spy drama he directed and co-starred with Matt Damon in
Robert De Niro, Michelle Pfeiffer, Tommy Lee Jones and Dianna Agron star
Just when Cortes seems to have built up a very decisive case one way or the other, he throws it all out in a showy climax that feels forced