Robert DeNiro & Woody Allen future teaming

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  1. Robert_eb

    Robert_eb Supporting Actor

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    I don't know about you but I would love to see these two team up to make a film. Could you imagine two New Yorkers like this making a film?
     
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    Funny you should mention this but they are actually working together on a film. It's a sequel to an earlier film of his and will be called Hannah Takes a Contract Out on Her Sisters[​IMG]
     
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    [​IMG] I think DeNiro has a broader range than mobster movies as you imply.
     
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    Since De Niro has found a new niche, i.e. comedy, I would love to see him collaborate with Woody Allen. I'm Sure De Niro would take scale to make such a movie. I'm not sure if it was scale, but he took signifcantly less than his usual paycheck when he was cast in Cop Land.
     
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    CANT STAND woody allen. no thanks
     
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    De Niro was originally going to play the role of the clown in "Shadows and Fog" but there was a sheduling problem and John Malkovich ended up replacing him.
     

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