The View: May 30 2013
On The View May 30 2013, Robert De Niro talked about his body of work and his ability to hop between comedic and dramatic roles, and Sherri showed up to one Long Isalnd family’s home to give their house some surprise reconstruction after it was destroyed by 2012’s Hurricane Sandy.
The View: Robert De Niro The Big Wedding & Comedy Vs Drama Roles
Robert De Niro is well known for his serious roles in movies like The Godfather Part II, for which he won his first Oscar, but he also has a comedic side that he lets out every now and again in movies like The Big Wedding, which is hitting theaters soon. Robert talked about what it’s like to move between serious and comedic roles, and admitted that there are certain types of comedy that are more difficult than others, admitting that there were some he couldn’t do.
Robert De Niro also spoke about creating the Tribeca Film Festival, his role in The King Of Comedy, and the multiple works he has done with Martin Scorsese, which includes the upcoming film, The Irishman with Al Pacino and Joe Pesci.
The View: Spontaneous Construction Hurricane Sandy Long Island Relief
In late 2012, Hurricane Sandy swept along the east coast and wreaked devastation wherever it touched in Jersey and New York. As part of Year Of The Viewer, Sherri Shepherd teamed with HGTV’s Spontaneous Construction host Ricky Paull Goldin to surprise one Long Island family with a surprise home fix-up after their home was destroyed in the storm.