Oscar winner Robert De Niro advertises for cinnamon and raisin bagels - and is as a Mafioso as convincing as for a long time.Maximilian Senff
Robert De Niro plays a mafia boss. In a promotional spot for the British brand, Warburtons, two-time Oscar winner is now doing advertisement for cinnamon and raisin bagels. In the "Good Bagels" to the 75-Year-old, the lucrative business with the rounds of pastry tearing under the nail. In previous Warburtons commercials Sylvester Stallone and the Muppets were.
In the recently published elaborate as a movie produced in the Clip, Robert De Niro, is exactly the kind of Gangster character that he was in films like "The godfather II" or "Good Fellas" world-famous. He plays his signature role: the ice-cold Mafioso. Warburtons has made him so good in the scene, how else are actually only Martin Scorsese.
Together with Scorsese and De Niro of "Goodfellas shot" prior to now 30 years. The Bagel Spot has everything you movies in recent De-Niro-been a while missed, fiercely: a clever plot, a distinctive character and colourful suits. The advertising conjures up De Niro's big time.
After many unremarkable supporting roles, and sometimes painful. the main roles in comedies such as "Dirty Grandpa" (which will follow this year "war with Grandpa"), you are almost relieved to see the good old De Niro. And it was in an advertisement.
"Good Bagels" is the prelude to De Niro's long-awaited role in Martin Scorsese's next Film "The Irishman" that is yet to appear this year in the cinema and on Netflix, and the life of the American Cosa Nostra hit man Frank "The Irishman" Sheeran.
The focus of the new film, with Al Pacino, Harvey Keitel and Joe Pesci all the old mafia movie mates, is Sheerans role in the Disappearance of the influential trade Union leader Jimmy Hoffa. According to Scorsese The Irisman to vary "" greatly from "Good Fellas".