Scorsese Releases First Peek at Highly Anticipated Mob Drama ‘The Irishman’

The period piece, which cost $160 million to produce, will premiere at the New York Film Festival this September.

The Irishman“, the highly anticipated Martin Scorsese film starring Al Pacino, Joe Pesci and Robert De Niro, will hit theaters and Netflix this fall.

On Wednesday, the Oscar-Winning director gave us a first glimpse at the film:

According to Indiewire:

“The Irishman” stars De Niro as Frank Sheeran, a World War II veteran who became a mob hitman and played a role in Jimmy Hoffa’s disappearance. Pacino is starring as notorious mob-connected union boss Hoffa. All the major players are featured at some point in the teaser trailer, which spans decades as it tells Sheeran’s life story in the mob.

The mob drama period-piece cost $160 million to produce, and will premiere at the New York Film Festival in late September.

The filmmaker has not yet announced when it will hit theaters and the popular streaming service.

Meanwhile, Scorsese is already underway with producing his next picture — Killers of the Flower Moon — which will reportedly reunite De Niro and Leonardo DiCaprio. To learn more about the new film, click here.

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