Robert De Niro Defined Why He Lost the Lead in the ‘Big’ Movie

Robert De Niro talks about his temporary involvement with the film Huge.

The Oscar-winning actor was dropped on Monday Tonight’s present The place where he only got a few good or false questions from host Jimmy Fallon. One of the many questions within the 1988 traditional directed by the late Penny Marshall starring Tom Hanks is a question.

Pushing viewers late at night, De Niro stated that it was true that he was played by Josh, the primary model of a youngster who must mature immediately. The actor throws some softness on what happened.

In Tom Hanks ‘Massive’ (1988)
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De Niro advised Fallon, “There was one factor in our dialogue, the factor that it went like this,” N “So that’s high quality.”

One of many different questions was whether he liked the ad for his most logically iconic line in one of his pictures, Travis Bicel’s “Are You Speaking to Me?” Within Cab driver. Again, De Niro stated it was “roughly” true, including that essentially he must have heard most of it from followers.

“Mostly from strange locations,” he defined. “I remember a few years ago in LA, at the back of the valley, a bunch of kids pulled at me in a crimson soft tone and said, ‘Are you talking to me?’ I don’t know how they recognized me. ”

Watch the full interview with De Niro below.

Robert De Niro Defined Why He Lost the Lead in the 'Big' Movie

Robert De Niro Defined Why He Lost the Lead in the ‘Big’ Movie

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