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Re: The Irishman [Re: Moe_Tilden] #959808
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I think it's too late for the 2019 Oscars, so they want to release it last next year for 2020 Oscars. They're going to put it in limited theaters for a couple of weeks to make it eligible. So, I predict Thanksgiving or Christmas, 2019.


"...the successful annihilation of organized crime's subculture in America would rock the 'legitimate' world's foundation, which would ultimately force fundamental social changes and redistributions of wealth and power in this country. Meyer Lansky's dream was to bond the two worlds together so that one could not survive without the other." - Dan E. Moldea
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Originally Posted by OakAsFan
When was the DeNiro CNN interview?


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=--wsPKKj_H0


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Thanks Hollander. So, recently, huh? I remember DeNiro said something about the movie going by the book title a couple of months ago, but never heard anything more after that.


"...the successful annihilation of organized crime's subculture in America would rock the 'legitimate' world's foundation, which would ultimately force fundamental social changes and redistributions of wealth and power in this country. Meyer Lansky's dream was to bond the two worlds together so that one could not survive without the other." - Dan E. Moldea
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The guy who wrote the book "I Heard you Paint Houses" Charles Brandt was on the radio last night and said the movie is coming out November 2019. They are changing the title to "I Heard You Paint Houses" as well. Or DeNiro is pushing for the name change. He's going to try and get DeNiro to come on the radio with him next time closer to the release date to hype up the movie.

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That all sounds about right. November of next year puts it right in the running for an Oscar in 2020. It's too late this year. I like the book's title better, too.


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Just a teaser trailer (no footage is shown unfortunately) but it's something.

The Irishman


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I wonder if it's going to run in theaters for any amount of time before it's available on Netflix.


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It said it would and Netflix will if they hope to garner any Oscars next year. The Academy has something in their guidelines about films must be presented in theaters to x amount of days/weeks to be eligible. That's why ROMA (another Netflix movie) was released in theaters and it took home some gold last night.


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It will be in theaters. Unfortunately, I probably won’t be able see it in theaters as it’ll probably be shown at private screenings in New York City and LA for about a week. But at least Netflix is there. I hope the de-aging doesn’t hurt the experience of the film at all.

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I think Irishman is right. They're only going to put it in theaters for a week or so just to make it eligible for the Oscars. DeNiro said in a recent interview that it would run longer in theaters. Maybe just wishful thinking on his part.

I don't think the de-aging is going to be that extreme. Probably going to make those guys look 50 instead of looking 80, even though these characters will be in their 30s and 40s in the flashback scenes. Movies have older actors play younger people all of the time. Pesci was nearly 50 when he played Tommy DeSimone, who was 28 when he "disappeared".


"...the successful annihilation of organized crime's subculture in America would rock the 'legitimate' world's foundation, which would ultimately force fundamental social changes and redistributions of wealth and power in this country. Meyer Lansky's dream was to bond the two worlds together so that one could not survive without the other." - Dan E. Moldea
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That makes me feel better. I’m not sure how accurate the story is but as long as it’s compelling then I think they can knock it out of the park.

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According to Dan Moldea, a writer I like a lot (see my sig), it's total bullshit. He insists Sheeran did not pull the trigger. He had a "sit down" (that's what he called it on his facebook page) with DeNiro and Gus Russo and tried to convince DeNiro not to do the movie. No luck.

I don't care if movies based on true stories get some things wrong. They're movies. The exception would be documentaries, which serve a different purpose than feature films. We now know Goodfellas was mostly bullshit but guess what? It's still the greatest gangster film ever made.



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Makes sense to me

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300 scenes!

The average movie has 40 to 60.

300 scenes with actors like DeNiro, Pacino, and Pesci, and some people think this is going to suck. lol.

https://www.indiewire.com/2018/05/martin-scorsese-the-irishman-300-scenes-1201962579/


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Originally Posted by OakAsFan
300 scenes!

The average movie has 40 to 60.

300 scenes with actors like DeNiro, Pacino, and Pesci, and some people think this is going to suck. lol.

https://www.indiewire.com/2018/05/martin-scorsese-the-irishman-300-scenes-1201962579/


And it will have a great soundtrack.


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Originally Posted by OakAsFan
300 scenes!

The average movie has 40 to 60.

300 scenes with actors like DeNiro, Pacino, and Pesci, and some people think this is going to suck. lol.

https://www.indiewire.com/2018/05/martin-scorsese-the-irishman-300-scenes-1201962579/


De Niro, Pacino and Pesci have been in a combined total of about five decent movies in the last twenty years. Until I see the movie I will reserve judgement, but I'm not going to assume it's going to be good just because of their involvement. The positive thing is that Scorsese's output has remained solid and I don't think he'd attach himself to something if it didn't have promise.

I will see your De Niro, Pacino and Pesci and raise you the guy from Everybody Loves Raymond.


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How do they do that? At 3 hours, that's 36 seconds per scene. Are they dubbing in that fast talking Fedex guy?


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Goodfellas and Casino had a lot of scenes, too. I'm not sure if it was 300, but it was a lot. I remember some Sharon Stone interview where she talked about freaking out when she got the Casino script and seeing how many scenes were in it. Marty likes to keep his movies fast paced, and this will be no exception.


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Scorsese movie and a Tarantino movie this year. Cant wait

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Originally Posted by NickyEyes1
Scorsese movie and a Tarantino movie this year. Cant wait


And both with Al Pacino.


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Yep, will be interesting to see what Pacino's role is in Once Upon a Time in Hollywood. You didnt see him in the trailer at all.

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Originally Posted by NickyEyes1
Yep, will be interesting to see what Pacino's role is in Once Upon a Time in Hollywood. You didnt see him in the trailer at all.


Pacino will play Marvin Shwarz, the agent of Rick Dalton (DiCaprio).


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Martin Scorsese’s ‘The Irishman’ Delayed Due to Digital De-Aging on Robert De Niro
By Claire Spellberg @c_spellberg
May 29, 2019 at 2:50pm

It’s taken years for Martin Scorsese‘s The Irishman to hit the big screen, but now, we finally know what has caused the delay: Robert De Niro’s wrinkles. In a new interview on A24’s podcast, A Bigger Canvas, Scorsese revealed that his highly-anticipated mob drama, which is expected to premiere on Netflix and in theaters later this fall, is undergoing a lengthy digital “youthification” process that will de-age De Niro and his co-stars Al Pacino and Joe Pesci. The Irishman director added that he’s “concerned” about the digital effect, as it seems to have altered the “intensity” and the “threat” in his actors’ eyes.

During the discussion with The Souvenir director Joanna Hogg, Scorsese revealed that The Irishman is shot primarily in 35mm film, but the choice has caused issues for the film’s post-production team. “We shot as much 35 as possible,” said Scorsese. “However, there’s a great deal of CGI because we’re doing this youthification of De Niro, Pesci, and Al Pacino. They had to be CGI. They had to be a camera with three lenses. I was just crazy.”

Scorsese went on to say that the process has left him nervous about the final product. “Why I’m concerned, we’re all concerned is that we’re so used to watching them as the older faces,” he said. Scorsese added that The Irishman “cuts back and forth” between various timelines to tell the story of Frank Sheeran (De Niro), a mob hitman who was involved in Teamster leader Jimmy Hoffa’s (Pacino) disappearance. According to IndieWire, the film will span multiple decades, which means that De Niro, Pacino, and Pesci (as mob boss Russell Bufalino) will appear up to 30 years younger at various points in the drama.

The famed director told Hogg that watching the final cut “all together” has helped him spot issues with the de-aging effect. “Now, it’s real. Now, I’m seeing it,” said Scorsese. “Now, certain shots need more work on the eyes, need more work on why these exactly the same eyes from the plate shot, but the wrinkles and things have changed. Does it change the eyes at all? If that’s the case, what was in the eyes that I liked? Was it intensity? Was it gravitas? Was it threat?”

Netflix has yet to announce an official release date for The Irishman, but it’s expected to premiere this fall. Tune in then to see if De Niro’s crow’s feet made the final cut.


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Yeah I read that yesterday. Has me worried and not a good sign if Marty isn't sold on it.


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They suck, they have to stop retreading these guys.
There time has come and gone.

We need new blood.


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They suck? Who are we talking about here homes? One of the best directors/icons!?Every single fucking actor in this movie is beyond amazing and you say they suck? Wow I wonder who you really are

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They suck? Who are we talking about here homes? One of the best directors/icons!?Every single fucking actor in this movie is beyond amazing and you say they suck? Wow I wonder who you really are



You can Stop Wondering...... I’m talkin about Deniro and Pesci.

You wanna be lost in those old men, go right ahead but their ships have sailed selling a role in Tuff guys and authorities of anything other then how to be arrogant or press Depends commercials.


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