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De Niro is a head of a mob family with Michelle Pfeiffer as his wife and Tommy Lee Jones as an FBI agent who keeps the family safe from enemies in the Martin Scorsese-executive produced comedy.
The 'Mind Games' actor is planning a summer wedding with his fiance, saying that they will hold an 'intimate and small' nuptials in backyard.
A crazy bachelor party in Las Vegas awaits Douglas, the last remaining single one among the four men, in the first trailer for Jon Turteltaub's comedy film.
The 30th anniversary celebration of the comedy featuring De Niro as a comedian who kidnaps Lewis was held at the film festival on April 27 night.
Nastaran Dibai, who replaces original showrunner Kevin Abbot, will not return if the ABC comedy gets a second season.
Paramount also tries to get director D. J. Caruso attached to the project, which will reunite him with his 'Disturbia' star, LaBeouf, if all deals are closed.
The 1983 film starring Robert De Niro and Jerry Lewis will screen April 27 at Tribeca BMCC PAC in honor of the film's thirtieth anniversary.
There are four new images coming out with one featuring Hugh Jackman with blood on his claws and another showing a filming set in Japan.
The 'Safe Haven' actress hangs out with her four friends on the beach to make her feel better following her split with Ryan.
Destin Daniel Cretton takes home the award for best narrative feature at the 2013 South by Southwest Film Conference and Festival.
De Niro's Don and Keaton's Ellie forcefully reunite for their son's wedding in the new trailer for the film also starring Amanda Seyfried, Katherine Heigl, and Susan Sarandon.
Instead of just being a superhero flick, 'Captain America: The Winter Soldier' will have 'their own textures and patinas, and that's what is exciting about it.'
The two veteran actors show off their bloodied faces in their performances as two retired boxers who go back into the ring for their final match after 50 years.
The insecure mob boss in 'Analyze This' leaves his marks near those of Marilyn Monroe, Elizabeth Taylor, Brad Pitt, George Clooney before he attended Oscar Luncheon.
The network did not want the association between NFL games and gambling which is portrayed in Cooper's 'Silver Linings Playbook'.