Opening new trailer for Martin Scorsese expected The Irishman arrived last night when star Robert De Niro promoted the picture in last night's Jimmy Fallon show The Tonight Show. The trailer itself offers several insights into the much-discussed process of digital aging in film, which is very important in that it is used for large pieces of film. From what we saw, the results are a touch, but nowhere near the Justice League bad, and Fallon further describes the process with a few pictures depicting Frank Sheeran of De Niro in his 20s, 40 the 1960s and 1980s.
"It took a lot of work," says De Niro, a statement and technologically accurate, and given that he is actually very old, very funny. "I'm happy because maybe this will extend my career by another 30 years."
According to him, De Niro was not involved in tracking down markers and green fabric as a Marvel actor, saying Scorsese didn't want those elements that to interfere with performances. However, he has developed countless cameras used to achieve the effect. He also explained that one should not enter The Irishman was expecting another Goodfellas . "It's a very simple story," he says. "It's about loyalty and a person stuck in the middle of two people ̵
Meanwhile, Fallon bumps into his desk like a lunatic as he gestures at how amazing the movie is, but, you know, it's Falon. Watch the video below.
The Irishman premieres at the New York Film Festival on Friday, sees a limited edition of November 1flix on November 1 November 27.