Robert De Niro, Al Pacino want to play womenSeptember 16th, 2008 - 1:02 am ICT by IANS
New York, Sep 15 (IANS) Veteran Hollywood actors Robert DeNiro and Al Pacino want to dress up as women and play sisters in a movie comedy. According to radio station Wenn, the pair who are currently starring in “Righteous Kill”, their first collaboration since 1996 movie “Heat”, are already plotting their next big screen adventure, reports Hollywood.com.
“We could do that, I like the idea. We could play sisters. That could happen… who knows,” DeNiro told British radio station Heart.
Pacino added: “It’s a great idea. That could be something for us to work on as Robert has done some great and very successful comedy movies and he’s made the transition really well, without a problem.”
However, Pacino recently admitted that he had a fierce rivalry with DeNiro in their earlier days which he said was now over.
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