Robert De Niro’s 30-year feud with Hollywood star sparked on set – ‘Big f***ing crybaby!’
Daily Express says ROBERT DE NIRO hasn’t made a movie with a fellow Hollywood star since their first time working together. Over thirty years later and his fellow actor publicly blasted, “Now I don’t look up to him no more; I look through him!”
Back in 1987, Robert De Niro and Mickey Rourke co-starred together in the psychological horror Angel Heart, based on the novel Falling Angel. Rourke played Harry Angel, a New York PI hired by De Niro’s Louis Cyphre to solve the disappearance of a man called Johnny Favorite. It’s alleged during filming that the two stars seriously fell out and they’ve not buried the hatchet since.
De Niro, who stars in Dirty Grandpa on Channel 4 this evening, embraced his method acting and reportedly wouldn’t talk to Rourke on set at all. His reasoning was because of the complex relationship between their two characters, telling his co-star: “I think it’s better if we don’t talk.”
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