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1996 - Present
Robert De Niro and Grace Hightower got married in 1997 and the two had a son named Elliot in 1998. They currently...
1995 - 1995
Robert De Niro and Ashley Judd were rumored to be dating while filming "Heat" in 1995.
1992 - 1992
Robert De Niro and Uma Thurman were rumored to be dating in 1992, while filming "Mad Dog and Glory" together.

Kimmel, Foxx, Celebs Steal Show Before Mayweather/Pacquiao

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The Cast of 'Goodfellas' Reunites at Tribeca

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Moe Black's brother Fat Andy, Freddy No Nose, Nicky Eyes, and Jimmy Two Times all said hello again for the first time.Read Full Story

The Top 30 Gangsters in Film Since 'The Godfather' with Little Explanation

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We've combed the genre to pull the most memorable mob bosses and enforcers since 1974.Read Full Story

'Killing Season' Trailer: Robert De Niro vs. John Travolta's Ridiculous Beard & Silly Accent

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Make no mistake: Killing Season is not a comedy, at least not intentionally anyway. I say that because you might think otherwise from the trailer's opening sequence in which John Travolta¬† sports a laughable Wooly Willy beard that looks like it was sprayed on AND speaks in a Russian accent best described as Boris and Natasha-level parody. Alas, Travolta means serious business because he's been tasked with hunting down an American military veteran played by Robert De Niro.Naturally, De Niro's...Read Full Story

'The Family' Trailer: The Mafia Never Forgets

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You can take the family out of the mob, but you can't take the mob out of the family. That seems to be the premise for Robert De Niro's return to the gangster comedy genre in The Family. De Niro plays a mafia boss living in witness protection with his wife (Michelle Pfeiffer) and kids (Dianna Agron and John D'Leo) after turning on his fellow criminals. Their clandestine living situation takes them to France, where the neighborhood quickly learns old habits die hard. People are ending up in...Read Full Story
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