Nobu Doha was opened to the public in April this year - De Niro
co-owns it with Chef Nobu.
It is 35 years since De Niro
, 71, starred as boxer Jake LaMotta in biopic Raging Bull but the veteran actor is still in amazing shape.
will join Hollywood legends Tom Cruise, Douglas Fairbanks, Cary Grant and Frank Sinatra, as the fifth Entertainment Icon Award recipient since the Friars launched in 1904.
The film is about two girls from Kher's acting school, Actor Prepares, and their little struggles as they go out in a crowded Mumbai market to buy a gift for De Niro
Cummins-Wagner will represent the GEA Niro
Soavi complete line of high pressure pumps and homogenizers as part of the GEA Niro
Soavi dealer network.
The notion of two of cinema's boxing icons, De The notion of two of cinema's boxing icons, De Niro
's Jake LaMotta (from Martin Scorsese's 1980 Raging Bull) and Stallone's Rocky Balboa (from the six-movie franchise) meeting on film seemed inevitable to screen writer Tim Kelleher, director Peter Segal and De Niro
said that he wanted to make a documentary about his father with whatever footage they had, which included people, whoever was around that were still with them, CBS reported.
has made a documentary about his father called "Remembering the Artist Robert De Niro
Alan Arkin as Stallone's mobility chair-driving trainer and Kim Basinger as his former girlfriend are both great, and when De Niro
and Stallone finally get to slug it out (though they should cover up those chests, to be honest) the film really comes into its comedy-drama own.
Career: De Niro
made a handful of films in the 1960s and early 1970s, but it wasn't until 1973's Bang the Drum Slowly and Mean Streets (his first collaboration with Martin Scorsese) that his career took off.
Practically everyone is ineptly recreating a role from one of their earlier films, and a recurring gag about De Niro
and Keaton rekindling their romance in plain sight of his new girlfriend (Susan Sarandon) is just mean.
Hailed by many critics as the best film of the 1980s, Martin Scorsese''s uncompromising drama features an Oscar-winning performance by Robert De Niro