De Niro, who collected the 44th such award, previously said he wanted to punch Mr Trump in the face as the Republican ran for office. When assured that wasn't the case, the 73-year-old star politely said, "OK, I'll take that". "We make movies to entertain audiences".
"The administration suggests that the money for these all-inclusive programmes goes to rich liberal elites", he said.
Speaking at a gala at New York's Film Society of Lincoln Center after receiving the organization's Chaplin Award for his career in film, De Niro said the "government's hostility towards art...has jeopardized the film industry". This is what they now call an 'alternative fact, ' but I call it bullsh*t", and added, "I don't make movies for rich liberal elites...
Friend and fellow actor Michael Douglas, said De Niro embraces and inherits his characters."He's got a good sense of humor, it's great to see him doing the comedies, we had a lot of fun together".
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Of course, De Niro failed to mention that the Congressional budget plan signed into law by the president this month retains funding for the Corporation for Public Broadcasting and actually increases the budgets of both the National Endowment for the Arts and the National Endowment for the Humanities by $2 million each. "Ask any actor and they'll say he's been hugely influential to dramatic and comedic roles". A mutt who doesn't know what he's talking about, ' De Niro said at the time. "In his early work, and in general, I cherish that unpredictable quality he brings, that hint of danger and edge".
Martin Scorsese, who has directed De Niro in eight films, presented him with the award as a glittery crowd including Michael Mann, Christopher Walken, John McEnroe, John Turturro, Marisa Tomei, Michael Barker, Avi Lerner, Katie Couric and Harvey Weinstein looked on.
'I mean, he's so blatantly stupid. I'm more bent toward film.