Today he is one of Hollywood’s greatest and legendary actors, but almost 60 years ago he started out as an extra in a French film before winning an Oscar.
Soon premiere Flower Moon Killersnew film Martin Scorsese which, after its premiere at the Cannes International Film Festival in May, received enthusiastic reviews from critics directed not only at the play and its director, but also at the cast. Starring Lily Gladstone, Leonardo DiCaprio and Robert De Niro, the film will hit cinemas in Mexico on October 19 and later on Apple TV+.
This is a new production on which Scorsese and De Niro are collaboratingWell, at least they worked together in 2019 with the tape Irishboth Hollywood stars They’ve had a career together since the 70s. Taxi driver not only is it one of the most recognizable films of the director and actor, but also wild bull, released in 1980, led the Italian-American translator to win the Academy Award for Best Actor; It is worth mentioning that it was the second, because the former won it for Best Supporting Actor The Godfather II.
However, eight years earlier, he began collaborating with Martin Scorsese in Medium streets“Bob” De Niro, as his close friends call him, he made his debut in the 1965 French film. Although her fame on the big screen did not last long, the star acted as an extra three rooms in ManhattanEuropean production filmed in New York, the hometown of the translator.
Robert De Niro made his film debut in “Three Rooms in Manhattan”
Directed by Marcel Carné, this dramatic film is based on Georges Simenon’s novel of the same name. It tells the story of the romance between François (Maurice Ronet) and Kay (Annie Girardot), a French actor and an American. The entire feature film focuses on both characters, but there is a scene where they both go to a restaurant for dinner and when the camera rolls, behind the main actress you can also see the heroine Sniper as another room in the premises.
De Niro’s involvement was not shown in the credits, but It appears in his filmography as the first intervention in film production. Three years later, he was working on a film with Brian De Palma Regardswhile in 1970 they got together to shoot Hi, Mom!but it wasn’t until 1974 that he returned to the role of Vito Corleone, played by Marlon Brando in 1972 and for which they both won Oscars.
Would you recognize it with the naked eye? We’re sure the endearing actor never imagined the stardom he would become in the seventh play while working as an extra in a small French production. Soon we will see him as William King Hale in the new Scorsese film and everything indicates that another masterpiece from the acclaimed author is in the works.