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  1. Tribeca Film Festival 2012 Gets Underway

    8:43 am 4/18/2012

    At breakfast event, programmers talk about the identity of the festival, now in its second decade.Read more

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  2. Vanity Fair Tribeca Party Draws Judd Apatow, Robert De Niro and Mayor Bloomberg (Q&As)

    5:52 am 4/18/2012

    THR spoke with a number of the big names who walked the red carpet ahead of the lavish event in Manhattan.Read more

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  3. 'NYC 22' EP Jane Rosenthal on the Influence of 'The Wire's' Richard Price, Working With Robert De Niro and New York as a Character

    12:41 pm 4/13/2012

    CBS' new police cop drama revolves around six rookie cops learning to navigate the New York streets amid their own personal conflicts.Read more

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  4. Bill Maher Writes 'Stop Apologizing' Op-Ed, Ann Romney Says She Wasn't Offended by De Niro Joke

    9:36 am 3/22/2012

    In a column for the New York Times, Maher says faux outrage has gone too far.Read more

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  5. Michelle Obama's Aide Calls Robert De Niro's White First Lady Joke 'Inappropriate'

    12:00 pm 3/20/2012

    UPDATED: De Niro issues a statement, saying that he did not mean to offend anyone.Read more

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  6. Robert De Niro to Host Star-Studded Obama Fundraiser in NYC (Exclusive)

    12:49 pm 3/16/2012

    The Academy Award-winning actor will join Michelle Obama at a $25,000-per-person reception in New York on March 19, THR has learned.Read more

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  7. Being Flynn: Film Review

    12:01 am 2/20/2012

    Writer-director Paul Weitz's drama stars Robert DeNiro as a a ranting alcoholic father who is reconnected with his son after 18 years.Read more

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  8. Berlin 2012: Magnolia Takes U.S. Rights To 'Emergo'

    9:51 am 2/8/2012

    The horror thriller is the latest from the team behind “Buried” and “Red Lights.”Read more

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  9. Fight Over Who Owns 'Raging Bull' Carried Up To Ninth Circuit Appeals Court

    1:17 pm 2/6/2012

    An author's heir argues that Martin Scorcese and Robert De Niro could be witnesses in a case over whether rights to the film reverted to the owner of allegedly underlying material.Read more

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