Irishman trailer serves De Niro at his most chilling

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The film will be released on September 27, 2019. So, while we still know nothing (Jon Snow), we can likely expect Netflix to open The Irishman wider and for longer than Roma.

The film may have the feel of a last hurrah for the old gang but it won't be Scorsese's last movie.

"The Irishman" marks DeNiro's ninth time working with Martin Scorsese; their previous collaborations include "Mean Streets", "Taxi Driver", "New York, New York", "Raging Bull", "The King of Comedy", "Goodfellas", "Cape Fear" and "Casino". The project is based on Charles Brandt's book, I Heard You Paint Houses, which narrates the mystery of Hoffa's disappearance and delves deeper into unorganised crimes of that era. The Irishman is about a mob hitman who recalls his possible involvement with the slaying of Jimmy Hoffa. Hoffa asks Sheeran on the phone. The Irishman will be discharged in select theaters and on Netflix in the not so distant future.

Hey, wiseguys! Here's your first proper look at The Irishman, Martin Scorsese's epic gangster thriller heading for Netflix. All three are academy award winners.

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Originally filmed in 2017, the movie has spent over a year in post-production as Scorsese and the visual effects team wrestled with the costly de-aging process. The film reportedly has a budget of $125 million. But where Roma came up short, Netflix is betting The Irishman can pull through. We hear this one may be an Oscar contender. Whether you're ready to score tickets for the blockbuster of the year, binge-watch the latest hit series or track down that collector's DVD, Moviefone makes it happen - fast, cheap and just how you like it.

It was always going to take a fantastic gig to bring Pesci out of retirement, and the role of Russell Bufalino in The Irishman was that one. The main reason is Scorsese's collaborator Joe Pesci returning to acting.

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