Long-time swirler and eternal Italian stallion, Robert DeNiro is back at what he does best–doing mob movies. The Family, starring him and Michelle Pfeiffer, is set to premiere September 13.
“The Manzoni family, a notorious mafia clan, is relocated to Normandy, France under the witness protection program, where fitting in soon becomes challenging as their old habits die hard.”
Now I’ve loved DeNiro since The Godfather II (best movie series EVER made, like EVER) and thought he was so hot at being cool even before I knew he was a swirler. And he has been, ever since forever.
You know what’s funny (not ha-ha funny but the kind that makes you scratch your head) is that a man which so much talent and who obviously has an affinity for for black women has never been teamed up with one by the Powers That Be in Hollywood. That’s not so much DeNiro’s fault as it is rabidly-liberal-yet-ironically-racist Hollywood.