Oscar-winning actor Robert De Niro, who collaborated with Martin Scorsese on classics like "GoodFellas", "Taxi Driver" and "Raging Bull", would love to work with the director alongside Leonardo DiCaprio. The 73-year-old star, who had one of the most successful collaborations with Scorsese in many films, says "Titanic" star has a similar kind of bond with Scorsese, having worked with him on five movies, according to The Hollywood Reporter. "Leo loves Marty the way I do, so it's great.
I'd love for the three of us to do something," he said. De Niro also revealed that Scorsese asked him to appear in DiCaprio-starrers "Gangs of New York" and "The Departed" but his scheduling issues got in the way. The actor is set to reunite with Scorsese, "Heat" co-star Al Pacino and "GoodFellas" and "Casino" co-star Joe Pesci on the film "The Irishman". The film will hit theatres in 2018.
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