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According to newly published records, Robert De Niro and Marc Anthony are just two celebrities who have been granted a license to keep a gun for protective measure.
His former estate manager Michael Thompson claimed he was promised a lengthy period of employment in 2007 before he was fired after only two years.
The veteran actor is reportedly in final negotiations to join the cast of film franchise 'Manuale d'amore' in which he will play a divorced American professor living in Rome.
'I hope he gets through all this. It's unfortunate for him,' Robert De Niro comments about Mel Gibson's recent personal issues.
He hears it the first time that filmmaker Martin Scorsese wants him to play the legendary singer in Frank Sinatra biopic.
The 'Iron Man 2' actor recalls a flight when he was treated rudely by the attendant who thought he was trying to sneak into first class.
Forced to drop out of a music festival after calling Jesus 'gay', the singer receives a support from the event's director who said his personal life has nothing to do with the concert.
In the feature film debut by Irish director Garry McKendry, De Niro will play Hunter, the mentor and best friend of Statham's character Danny.
Robert De Niro has been booked to play in new biopic about Vince Lombardi and NFL's vice-president of programming states that they are excited to have the actor in the project.
Picking Meryl Streep as the example, the Capitan Shakespeare of 'Stardust' urges older stars to snub cosmetic surgery and accept their wrinkle as a natural thing of getting old.
At a gala ceremony which was held in Los Angeles on February 16, Robert De Niro landed a lifetime achievement award while Jeff Bridges and Helen Mirren won Best Actor and Best Actress respectively.