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Robert De Niro and Anne Hattaway Acting Weird in Some Interviews

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Interviewing a celebrity sometimes is like walking into a mined land, you don't know which of yours questions or comments will going to make your interviewee to pops up out of his chair, to start pacing madly and to say he’s cutting short the interview because of 'negative interference' of what you said to him.

At least that was exactly what happened in the latest interview Robert De Niro had with Radio Times reporter Emma Brockes, after being asked how he resists the temptation to go into “autopilot” mode on set, together with a comment about New York’s Tribeca district having been taken over by bankers.

In De Niro's defense (...sort of), Brockes said he already appeared “depressed”. When she asked about it, De Niro reportedly said: “All the way through. Negative inference. The whole way through, and I’m not doing it, darling. You’re not probably not even aware that you're doing it, the negative inference.

And what about Anne, you ask? Well she...started crying at a roundtable discussion when describing the honor of working with De Niro and his response was looking “baffled and vaguely appalled.” D=

The Intern, written and directed by Nancy Meyers, features De Niro as the 70-year-old apprentice to Hathaway's online fashion retailer CEO. Warner Bros. is releasing the movie in U.S. theaters on Friday.

Let's wait and hear for the other side of the story first but this is so odd. Also, De Niro isn't the greatest interviewee ever but this is the first time I hear/read about this behavior. Get well, Bobby! Fighting!


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Would you cry if you worked with De Niro, ONTD?

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