International actor Robert De Niro recalled one of the most important films he did not do during his career when he assigned the role to actor Tom Hanks, during his interview on The Tonight Show with broadcaster Jimmy Fallon, where his statements were reported by international sites such as the Daily Mail.
Robert De Niro revealed in the interview that he was the first candidate to play the lead role in the 1988 movie Big, but he later withdrew and apologized for playing the role due to a scheduling conflict with another role, paving the way for Tom Hanks to gain greater audiences with the success of the film.
On the other hand, actor Robert De Niro previously spoke at the end of last month about his recent leg injury, in conjunction with filming his role in the movie Killers of the Flower Moon in Oklahoma, during his online talk to IndieWire.
The 77-year-old admitted that his pain was excruciating when he tore a leg muscle, describing what happened as a minor but devastating accident while in Oklahoma for filming.
De Niro recalled the injury, stressing that the accident was unexpected for anyone, saying: “It was just a simple step above something and my foot slipped, I felt for months in painful pain, which is due to age, these things would not have happened before years of age, but It happens, especially when you get older, you have to be prepared for unexpected things.”
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