Full Trailer for Scorsese's 'The Irishman' with De Niro, Pacino & Pesci
by Alex Billington
September 26, 2019
"Things have gotten outta hand with our friend." Netflix has revealed the full-length trailer for Martin Scorsese's highly anticipated next film The Irishman, a few days ahead of its big premiere at the New York Film Festival. The first teaser landed a few months ago, in the meantime Netflix set the film for theatrical release in November and dropped an official poster (below). The Irishman is about a hitman who recalls his possible involvement with the slaying of Jimmy Hoffa. Scorsese's awesome ensemble cast includes Robert De Niro, Anna Paquin, Jesse Plemons, Joe Pesci, Ray Romano, Bobby Cannavale, Jack Huston, Harvey Keitel, Domenick Lombardozzi, Tommy McInnis, Stephen Graham, and Sebastian Maniscalco, with Al Pacino as Jimmy Hoffa. The final running time is 209 minutes, putting it at almost 3 and a half hours, which is quite a hefty movie. But it's Scorsese! It looks incredible in every way - can't wait.
Here's the full-length official trailer (+ poster) for Martin Scorsese's The Irishman, direct from YouTube:
You can still see the first full teaser trailer for Martin Scorsese's The Irishman here, for the original reveal.
Frank Sheeran, a labor union official with mob connections, recalls his involvement in the 1975 slaying of Jimmy Hoffa, an American labor union leader. The Irishman is directed by American filmmaker Martin Scorsese, of many films including Mean Streets, Taxi Driver, Raging Bull, The King of Comedy, The Color of Money, The Last Temptation of Christ, Goodfellas, Cape Fear, The Age of Innocence, Casino, Kundun, Bringing Out the Dead, Gangs of New York, The Aviator, The Departed, Shutter Island, Hugo, The Wolf of Wall Street, and Silence previously. The screenplay is written by Oscar winner Steven Zaillian; adapted from Charles Brandt's book "I Heard You Paint Houses". Netflix will release Martin Scorsese's The Irishman in select theaters starting November 1st this fall, then streaming worldwide on November 27th. Who's in?
i really doubt pacino can top nicholsons portrayal of Hoffa, but this is still a must-see for me.
dan on Sep 26, 2019
I don't know, it seems the same group of men have been making the same kinda movies for decades now and everyone just gives them a pass and says it's OK.I mean, the movies are good, but they are essentially the same roles over and over again.
Warpcore1701 on Sep 26, 2019
True, but that's what American cinema has been for the last few decades. Those guys are just good at following that pattern...
shiboleth on Sep 26, 2019
As excited as I am to see the stellar headliners, I'm also anticipating Ray Romano's part. I've always enjoyed his dramatic roles.
kitano0 on Sep 26, 2019
He's underappreciated for sure.
THE_RAW_ on Sep 26, 2019
And good old Harvey Keitel is also in. Now, the gang is full and one can just sit back and enjoy it for what it is...
shiboleth on Sep 26, 2019
Can't miss this crew.
THE_RAW_ on Sep 26, 2019
I know I'll watch it and I know it'll probably be good and that I'll enjoy it. But the trailers haven't really gotten me excited.
Efterklang on Sep 26, 2019
It's a new Scorsese flick, so I know it'll be good, but it's Pesci's return that's got me excited.
grimjob on Sep 26, 2019
It just doesn't look very good to me...it looks as bad as the book which I couldn't get thru it was so uninteresting. Pity, as I love Scorsese's work generally...except his Good Fellas and Casino gangster movies...so this looks like another one of those. Plus, the de-aging visuals was so apparent to me as to be a major distraction. Still, if any filmmaker was going to take on this de-aging thing it's good that it was Scorsese. It'll be of interest to me how audiences feel about it or if they even bother. I've no interest from this trailer, that's for sure.
thespiritbo on Sep 26, 2019
No word on the cinematography Bo? Weird.;D It is framed like a tv movie. A shame.
tarek on Sep 28, 2019
...lol...that's probably because some of it looks good and some doesn't because he shot both on film and digital. I would guess digital for the de-aging nonsense. Like I've said, I've no interest in this film both because I don't care for Scorsese, DeNiro, Pesci et al doing their gangster schtick and the de-aging is too obvious and impossible to suspend disbelief for me. I didn't get the framing being like a TV movie, but I'll give it another gander because that was your take on it. Cheers, tarek. p.s. Oh you know...I just thought about it. Read an interview with the DP on this and he said he and Scorsese decided to shoot it straight on without flourishes, etc. whatever the hell that means, but maybe that's what you picked up on. Very good, tarek...lol...
thespiritbo on Sep 28, 2019
Ahhh!!!...Looks okay. In my salad days I would've relished ( no pun intended) seeing De Niro alongside Pacino, and Keitel together in a film by Scorsese. I'm sure this will be good and kick so much ass, but I will not be seeing this. I'm pretty sure this will make up for the minimal screen time between Pacino and De Niro in 'Heat'. I also gotta say this one thing: In this trailer some scenes look as though they were directed by Zack Snyder.
Sergio R. on Sep 27, 2019
you idiots don't put the release date next to the movie?? Are you idiots!
Roger Mitchell on Oct 14, 2019
Huh?? What are you talking about....?
Alex Billington on Oct 14, 2019
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