Mickey Rourke Takes Jab at Robert De Niro: Going to Embarrass You Severely


Mickey Rourke (L), Robert De Niro

Mickey Rourke (L), Robert De Niro

Most not too long ago, Mickey Rourke had centered Robert De Niro as he allegedly stated that he didn’t need to paintings with him in ‘The Irishman’.

Last weekend, Mickey Rourke made up our minds to reignite his long-standing public feud with Robert De Niro. Mickey shared a publish on Instagram, on Saturday the place he pledged to embarrass the Goodfellas actor. He uploaded a vintage {photograph} of the 76-year-old actor smoking a cigarette and took a jab referencing feedback up to now about Martin Scorsese’s crime drama, The Irishman.

The 67-year-old started, “Hey Robert De Niro, that’s right i am talking to you, you big f–king crybaby (sic),” referring to De Niro’s well-known discussion from Taxi Driver.

“A friend of mine just recently told me that a few months back you’re quoted as saying to newspapers “Mickey Rourke’s a liar he talks all kind of shit,” persevered Mickey. The alleged interview, then again, used to be no longer cited via Mickey.

The two had been embroiled in a feud since they starred in combination within the 1987 neo-noir drama Angel Heart. Mickey had accused De Niro for deficient on-set habits and likewise discussed that his performing used to be deficient.

Mickey added, “Listen Mr.Tough Guy in the movies, you’re the 1st person that ever called me a liar and it was in a newspaper. Let me tell you something, you punk ass, when i see you I swear to God on my Grandmother, on my brother and all my dogs, i gonna embarrass you severely 100%. Mickey Rourke “as God is my witness (sic).”

Last year, September, the Sin City actor claimed that De Niro was responsible for blocking his feature in The Irishman. While speaking on an Italian TV show, ‘Live — Non è la D’Urso’, Mickey said, “Marty Scorsese, great director, he wanted to meet me for a movie with Al Pacino, Joe Pesci, Chris Walken and Robert De Niro. The casting person told my manager that Robert De Niro said he refused to work with me in a movie.”

Post Mickey’s interview, a observation from De Niro’s spokesperson Stan Rosenfield mentioned to the New York Post on behalf of The Irishman’s manufacturers, Jane Rosenthal and Emma Tillinger Koskoff and casting director, Ellen Lewis.

The observation denied Mickey’s accusation that he used to be approached for a job or thought to be to be within the film.



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