De Niro, Pacino, Pesci And Scorsese Team Up To Make ‘The Irishman’
Robert De Niro, Al Pacino, Joe Pesci and Martin Scorsese walk into a bar… and make a movie together.
Fresh off the high we still have from “The Wolf of Wall” Robert De Niro announces that his long-planned mob movie “The Irishman” is happening, and not only that, but it will be directed by Martin Scorsese himself.
De Niro says they have been trying to do the film for the last few years and they’re really working on making it happen.
“It’s based on [the] book ‘I Heard You Paint Houses’ by Charles Brandt. It’s about a guy who… confessed that he killed Hoffa and Joe Gallo. I’m gonna play that character. That’s something I’m looking forward to very much… I think it will [happen]… we’re really working towards making it happen.”
We just know the four of them are going to make sweet, sweet magic together.