Published: Fri, August 02, 2019
Entertaiment | By Minnie Bishop

First Real Teaser Trailer for Scorsese's 'The Irishman' Starring De Niro

First Real Teaser Trailer for Scorsese's 'The Irishman' Starring De Niro

But if you want a look at the much-discussed digital de-aging effects set to make Robert De Niro, Al Pacino, Harvey Keitel and Joe Pesci look much younger, then you can fuhgeddaboutit.

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Following the announcement that a preview screening would take place at New York Film Festival on September 27, a first trailer has just been released. Spanning decades, the film uses digital de-aging to portray De Niro and the other lead characters as much younger than they now are.

The film, which has been in development for almost a decade, has been described as a "passion project" for veteran director Martin Scorsese, who won the 2007 Best Director Oscar for "The Departed". If that's the case, what was in the eyes that I liked?

The gangster thriller will also be the ninth collaboration between director Martin Scorsese and veteran actor Robert De Niro; and the first-time partnership between Al Pacino and Scorsese. Hoffa was the leader of labour unions back in the day and was deeply involved with the organised crime sector. Scorsese and his cast have been working on the film for 12 years, so needless to say, anticipation for its release is high.

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Finally, they are going good with the Cutting Edge Technology and spread the first trailer of "The Irishman" today in front of us. The film revolves around one of the most infamous mysteries in American history, the disappearance of legendary union boss Jimmy Hoffa.

Scorsese's big-budget mafia epic The Irishman will premiere as the opening night film at the 57th New York Film Festival, Film At Lincoln Centre announced on Monday. I said fine. The idea was to make the movie, you see'.

Prior to his death in 2003, Sheeran claimed he murdered Hoffa as per Bufalino's orders in 1975 - when he was reported missing - during an interview ahead of the publication of I Heard You Paint Houses.

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