The 25 Most Famous Movie Quotes Of All Time

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Very good friends with Joe Pesci. They appeared together in six films: Both of his Oscar-winning performances involved Marlon Brando. The cancer has now gone into remission. Much of his father's art work adorns the walls of the business.

Shares a birthday with friend and sometime-co-star Sean Penn. First performer to receive an Academy Award for The Godfather: Part II for a performance in a sequel.

He is a staunch supporter of the US Democratic Party. He lobbied Congress against impeaching President Bill Clinton in Supported Democratic senator Barack Obama for the presidential election. Before Tim Burton was commissioned as director, he was considered for the role of Willy Wonka in Charlie and the Chocolate Factory The role went to Johnny Depp.

Passed up the opportunity to play Frank Costello in The Departed to work on his second directorial feature The Good Shepherd For this film, he was tattooed with vegetable dyes, which faded after a few months. Accidentally broke a rib of Joe Pesci in a sparring scene in Raging Bull This shot appears in the film: De Niro hits Pesci in the side, Pesci groans, and there is a quick cut to another angle.

Owns residences on the east and west sides of Manhattan as well as near Marbletown, New York. Is one of five performers to win an Oscar playing a character that spoke mostly in a foreign language. November 11, Attended the star-studded opening of Dubai's lavish Atlantis Palms resort.

Guests were welcomed in style with a display of one million fireworks, said to be visible from space. He based the movement of his character Travis Bickle in Taxi Driver on that of a crab.

He thought the character was indirect and tended to shift from side to side. Also visiting the set was Gregory Peck , and Bruce Willis. Was cited as one of the most promising movie personalities of in John Willis' Film Annual "Screen World" book. One of the five winners of the Kennedy Center Honors. Is almost perfectly imitated by St.

Louis Cardinals' Shortstop, Brendan Ryan , especially during post game interviews. He won an Oscar for playing Jake La Motta in Raging Bull , making him one of 18 actors to win the Award for playing a real person who was still alive at the evening of the Award ceremony as of The other seventeen actors and their respective performances are: Receive the Cecil B. He and Brando both have Dutch ancestry. He was originally cast in the role of Bill the Butcher in Gangs of New York , but pulled out when he discovered this would mean spending six months in Europe and was replaced by Daniel Day-Lewis.

Is an only child of Robert De Niro Sr. Is mentioned in Billy Bragg 's song "Sexuality". The longest he has gone without an Oscar nomination is 21 years, between Cape Fear and Silver Linings Playbook Became a father for the first time at age 33 when his [now ex] wife Diahnne Abbott gave birth to their son Raphael De Niro on November 9, Became a father for the second and third time at age 52 when his twins Julian Henry and Aaron Kendrick De Niro with [now ex] partner Toukie Smith were born via a surrogate on October 20, Became a father for the fourth time at age 54 when his second wife Grace Hightower gave birth to their son Elliot De Niro on March 18, Became a father for the fifth time at age 68 when his daughter Helen Grace De Niro with second wife Grace Hightower was born via a surrogate in December As of , has appeared in nine films that were nominated for the Best Picture Oscar: Of those, The Godfather: Goodfellas and Awakenings were released in the same year, The Godfather predicts both of his Oscar-winning roles.

Part II , a role previously played by Marlon Brando. Read the book Raging Bull while filming The Godfather: His roles in both films would win him an Academy Award. Has played characters that are Vietnam veterans on five occasions: In the s, Robert lived with his mother in the top floor apartment at West 14th Street in Manhattan's "Little Spain".

Elliott Gould and James Caan were cast respectively. Walked out of a Radio Times interview after saying the journalist was asking him questions with a "negative inference". Has worked with eight directors who have won an Oscar for Best Director: The role went to John Malkovich.

He was awarded the Presidential Medal of Freedom, the nation's highest civilian award, by President Barack Obama , in a live televised ceremony held in the East Room of the White House, on November 22, , along with twenty other recipients, the the largest, and final Medal of Freedom ceremony of Obama's presidency.

At this ceremony, the twenty-one recipients, in alphabetical order, included: He had worked with DiCaprio on This Boy's Life and had been very impressed by his talent and spoke about him to his friend and frequent collaborator.

Scorsese and DiCaprio would later work together on many films. De Niro revealed in March , that his son Elliot is autistic. In an interview with Total Film magazine in , he praised Eddie Redmayne , whom he directed and starred with in The Good Shepherd , when asked about younger actors whom he liked.

Both were born and raised in the state of Indiana and died in the state of Iowa. Robert De Niro's Best Actor Oscar nomination for Cape Fear is the only time he was nominated for his performance in a film which was not nominated for Best Picture. It's important not to indicate.

People don't try to show their feelings, they try to hide them. I don't like to watch my own movies--I fall asleep in my own movies. Some people say that drama is easy, and comedy is hard.

I've been making comedies the last couple of years, and it's nice. When you make a drama, you spend all day beating a guy to death with a hammer, or what have you. Or you have to take a bite out of somebody's face. On the other hand, with a comedy, you yell at Billy Crystal for an hour, and you go home. The actors are like the inmates, but the truth is they're running the asylum.

You've got to look at the whole studio structure. We call them suits. They have the power to okay a film. They're like your parents, going, "We have the money". But at the same time they say to us actors, "We love you. We can't do without you". You know, I've been around a long time. I've seen the suits run the asylum. I think I can do it as good or even better. Let me try it. That's why I have TriBeCa. It's the most exciting city in the world now. That's the way it is.

I've never been one of those actors who has touted myself as a fascinating human being. I had to decide early on wether I was to be an actor or a personality. They are real so they have as much right to be portrayed as any other characters. There are other characters I have played, other than those ones that have been called stereotypes or whatever. People treat me with a bit too much reverence. Look at Dustin Hoffman. I always envy the way he can speak and be smart and funny and so on.

I just can't do that. People have tried to compare us to one another, to pit us against one another and to tear us apart personally. I've never seen the comparison, frankly. I'm clearly much taller, more the leading-man type.

Honestly, you just may be the finest actor of our generation--with the possible exception of me. One of the things about acting is it allows you to live other people's lives without having to pay the price. I am part Italian, I'm not all Italian.

But my name is Italian and I probably identify more with my Italian side than with my other parts. If there is a God, he has a lot to answer for. You'll have time to rest when you're dead. After my first movies, I gave interviews. Then I thought, "What's so important about where I went to school, and hobbies? What does any of that have to do with acting, with my own head? There is a mixture of anarchy and discipline in the way I work.

The talent is in the choices. I stand for [John Kerry I ]. I hope he will arrive at the White House. We need a different government to represent America. The change of presidency would be a clear and international sign to say that we are approaching again to the rest of the world. I don't want any prize that can influence this election.

I stand for Kerry. For some reason it touched a nerve. Some people say, "New York's a great place to visit, but I wouldn't want to live there. I spent lunchtime in a grave during the filming of Bloody Mama When you're younger, you feel that's what you need to do to help you stay in character.

When you get older, you become more confident and less intense about it--and you can achieve the same effect. You might even be able to achieve more if you take your mind off it, because you're relaxed. That's the key to it all. When you're relaxed and confident, you get good stuff. Movies are hard work. The public doesn't see that.

The critics don't see it. But they're a lot of work. A lot of work. When I'm directing a great dramatic scene, part of me is saying, "Thank God, I don't have to do that". Because I know how fucking hard it is to act. It's the middle of the night. You gotta do this scene.

You gotta get it up to get to that point. And yet, as a director, you've got to get the actors to that point. It's hard either way. I went in there and the director said to me, "Vy do you vant to be an acteh? And he said, "To express yourself!

I went to my apartment, which looks south, and I watched it out my window. I could see the line of fire across the North Tower. I had my binoculars and a video camera--though I didn't want to video it. I saw a few people jump. Then I saw the South Tower go. It was so unreal, I had to confirm it by immediately looking at the television screen. That was the only way to make it real. Like my son said: The hardest thing about being famous is that people are always nice to you.

You're in a conversation and everybody's agreeing with what you're saying--even if you say something totally crazy. You need people who can tell you what you don't want to hear. I didn't have a problem with rejection, because when you go into an audition, you're rejected already.

There are hundreds of other actors. You're behind the eight ball when you go in there. At this point in my career, I don't have to deal with audition rejections. So I get my rejection from other things. My children can make me feel rejected. They can humble you pretty quick. Money makes your life easier. If you're lucky to have it, you're lucky. Nobody has moved me from my seat yet. But, just in case, I've bought my own restaurants. The fear factor is always there--everything from losing tens of millions of dollars on a film that doesn't work to not being able to get a good table in a top restaurant because your last movie flopped.

It is good to have a few other interests [restaurants, hotels, the TriBeca Film Festival]. But my main interest has always been movies--making them, directing them, being involved. I have never lost the passion for that. I like New York because I can still walk the streets and sit down in a bar or restaurant and observe people.

If you can't properly observe, as an actor, you're finished. The impression sometimes given is that I can't leave my own home without being recognized or bothered in the street.

That's just not true. I can go out, at leisure, meet people for lunch or take my kids to the park. I don't think I am glamorous enough for Hollywood. I have lived in Los Angeles, working in Hollywood, countless times, doing movies. I am not against the place. I was not a young actor kicking around, living by the seat of my pants, desperate for work. I went by invitation, and my experiences have been good ones.

But I have never chosen to live there full-time. I've always done comedies. There were comic elements in Mean Streets and even Taxi Driver And I did The King of Comedy I've always had what I consider to be a good sense of humor. There is this image that has been built up--invented, more like--and there's me, living the life.

I do not consider myself some sort of acting legend, just an actor doing his best with the material that is there at the time. You can look into my background all you like, but I have never had problems with authority on film sets. Even if I disagree with a director, I work through it. I am also not one for regrets. I don't regret any film I've made, because there was a reason for making it at the time.

If it hasn't worked out, then don't spend time worrying about why and how. Just move on to the next project. I don't think I am difficult compared to other people. It is hard to make a movie at the best of times, so you don't want to give people a hard time. People all have their own agendas.

But it is not worth acting out something from your own history to make a point on a film set. If you have a problem with, say, your father or some other father figure, why give the director a tough time? He's like an encyclopedia.

I could call him up and ask him about a certain movie, and he would know about it. He's seen everything, it's great. You've got to earn the right to play them. It depends on the project [as to who would be] at the top of my list. I always wanted to direct. Directing is a lot more of a commitment though, a lot more time. I like directors who do very few takes, they know what they want. As for me, I know when I have a shot, but I might want back up, and one other take. That is so major.

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Among the many images that Miller made of her, one photograph depicts Norma Jeane wearing the wedding In , Mel Gibson hit the publicity trail for his new movie, Hacksaw Ridge, a biographical war drama that was his first directorial effort in 10 years.

The film was received warmly at the Venice Film Festival and got a November release date, indicating serious Oscar potential. But Gibson, one of the biggest actors in the s, had been tainted by scandal. There was his drunk-driving arrest, where he was recorded making anti-Semitic remarks.

Geena Davis believes her ex is a highly-educated man who should have known that a marriage license is a requirement for marriage and wants his divorce case against her dismissed. As The Blast first reported, Davis maintains that Reza Jarrahy should not be allowed to file for divorce because the couple was never legally married.

Eddie Murphy is getting ready to walk down the aisle again! The actor is engaged to his longtime girlfriend, Paige Butcher, his rep confirms to Us Weekly exclusively. Celebrity Engagements of The actress, 39, sparked engagement rumors when she stepped out wearing a large diamond ring on her left hand while shopping at a HomeGoods store in Los Angeles on Monday, September After she debuted her baby bump in a formfitting dress in August, his rep confirmed to Us that the little one is due in December.

They are already the parents of 2-year-old daughter Izzy.

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