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The First Reviews for 'The Irishman' Say It Is Scorsese's Next Masterpiece

De-aged De Niro might just win an Oscar.


Joaquin Phoenix Had a Grueling Time Playing the 'Joker’

A 'New York Times' interview with the iconic actor details drastic weight loss, set walk-offs, and an all-around bad time.


Watch the Creepy Final Trailer for 'Joker,' Starring Joaquin Phoenix

The Todd Phillips-directed film hits theaters on October 4.


The FBI’s nationwide manhunt for the bomber zeros in on Florida

“Some of the packages went through the mail. They originated, some of them, from Florida.”


Two new pipe bombs said to target Joe Biden

Authorities said Thursday morning that they had intercepted two suspicious packages, which were both addressed to Biden, at separate Delaware mail facilities.


Bruce Springsteen Performs a Sentimental "My Hometown" at the Tony Awards

Robert De Niro introduced the singer and yelled "fuck Trump" from the podium, but Springsteen brought the room back to a calm quiet just as fast.


'Heat' Is Hands Down the Best Movie on Netflix Right Now

Michael Mann's 1995 Pacino/De Niro crime drama is nothing short of a masterpiece.


This Guy Gets Paid Thousands of Dollars to Slice Ham

Spanish cortador de jamones Florencio Sanchidrián has cut ham for everyone from the King of Spain to Robert De Niro, and considers himself an ambassador for his country’s Iberian ham.


John Oliver Interrogated Dustin Hoffman About Sexual Harassment

The two reportedly got into a heated 15-minute exchange at a panel for a screening of one of Hoffman's films.


The VICE Morning Bulletin

President-elect Trump to meet Japanese PM in New York, more than 300 US companies urge him to stay in climate pact, Clinton exhorts followers to "never, ever give up," and more.


Robert De Niro Wants to Punch Donald Trump in the Face

The Oscar winner says "He's a punk. He's a dog. He's a pig. He's a con. He's a bullshit artist." Then he quits being nice.


On ‘Taxi Driver,’ Through the Eyes of Travis Bickle

Supercut master Jacob T. Swinney put together a video essay on subjectivity in Martin Scorsese’s classic 1976 film.