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Tribeca’s 12th annual festival, running from April 17-28, recently announced that the 30th Anniversary restoration of Martin Scorsese’s The King of Comedy, will close its 12th edition on Saturday, April 27. “Twelve years ago when we announced the first Festival, it was Marty’s idea for us to feature Restored and Rediscovered films. This year we are proud to close our 12th Festival with a restoration of his The King of Comedy,” said Jane Rosenthal, co-founder, Tribeca Film Festival. See below for the official press release and original 1983 theatrical trailer.
30th Anniversary Restoration Of The King Of Comedy To Close
2013 Tribeca Film Festival On April 27
The Tribeca Film Festival (Tff), presented by American Express, announced that the 30th Anniversary of Martin Scorsese’s The King of Comedy, restored in association with The Film Foundation, Regency Enterprises and Twentieth Century Fox, will close its 12th edition on Saturday, April 27. Closing »
- Christopher Clemente
Still as groundbreaking as it was 30 years ago,Martin Scorcese’s newly restored “The King of Comedy” will close the 2013 Tribeca Film Festival. The Tribeca Festival (Tff), presented by American Express®, is thrilled have Martin Scorsese’s The King of Comedy, restored in association with The Film Foundation, Regency Enterprises and Twentieth Century Fox, as the closing night film of the 12th annual Festival on Saturday, April 27 at Tribeca Bmcc Pac. Directed by Martin Scorsese, written by Paul D. Zimmerman, produced by Arnon Milchan, and starring Robert De Niro, Jerry Lewis, Diahnne Abbott and Sandra Bernhard, The King of Comedy was originally released in 1983. This darkly funny film was ahead of its time—most notably for its groundbreaking commentary on the reality TV culture and the fine line between fame and notoriety. “I was a big fan of the script and was very excited to do it with Marty and »
- Hollywood News Team
Looking for some sordid details about the minutiae of celebrities' sexual habits? Carole Mallory has the scoop.
The actress and model, who starred in 1975's "The Stepford Wives" and was the common-law wife of writer Norman Mailer, has followed up her 2010 memoir "Loving Mailer" with another juicy book about her many glamorous love affairs.
In the book, titled "Picasso's Ghost," Mallory gushes about her engagement to Pablo Picasso's son, Claude, as well as her affairs with Richard Gere, Peter Sellers and Robert De Niro -- the latter of whom Mallory said wears socks while having sex.
Mallory and De Niro met at the Chateau Marmont in 1975 and engaged in a 14-day affair. “During lovemaking, he never stopped looking in my eyes,” she writes in "Picasso's Ghost." “He had a butterfly tattoo that I later realized matched his flighty spirit. So did the fact that he left his socks on. »
- Matthew Jacobs
Robert De Niro wore socks during sex, it has been claimed. Actress-and-model Carole Mallory claims she had a 14-day affair with the screen legend after they met in 1975 at Hollywood's Chateau Marmont hotel, and she says the 'Raging Bull' actor left his comfortable foot-warmers on while the pair had made love which she later recognised was part of his 'flighty spirit'. Writing in her latest book 'Picasso's Ghost', obtained by the New York Post newspaper, she explained: 'During lovemaking, he never stopped looking in my eyes. He had a butterfly tattoo that I later realised matched his flighty spirit. So did the fact he left his socks on. 'The following year he married Diahnne Abbott ... I »
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