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Turning back the years: Robert De Niro grows from his 20s to his 80s in The Irishman trailer thanks to incredible aging technology; here he is seen in the childhood of his character

At the age of 76, Robert De Niro is strong in his twilight years as an actor.

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But in the new Oscar-winning film The Irishman, director Martin Scorsese manages the incredible and turns the clock back 50 years.

Thanks to the use of the latest technology for aging, we have seen De Siro's character Frank Sheeran all his life, from his early twenties in the army to his eighties.

Turning back the years: Robert De Niro grows from his 20s to his 80s in The Irishman trailer thanks to incredible aging technology; here he is seen in the childhood of his character

Turning back the years: Robert De Niro grows from his 20s to his 80s in The Irishman trailer thanks to incredible aging technology; here he is seen in the childhood of his character

Parent: Here we see Sheeran older, in a scene in which he plays a truck driver in his 40s

Parent: Here we see Sheeran older, in a scene in which he plays a truck driver in his 40s

Parent: Here we see Sheeran older, in a scene in which he plays a truck driver in his 40s

Hurry up a little: in the first half they see the characters playing in their earlier years, thanks to the digital & # 39; youth & # 39 ;; here we see Sheeran in his & # 39; 60
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Hurry up a little: in the first half they see the characters playing in their earlier years, thanks to the digital & # 39; youth & # 39 ;; here we see Sheeran in his & # 39; 60

Hurry up a little: in the first half they see the characters playing in their earlier years, thanks to the digital & # 39; youth & # 39 ;; here we see Sheeran in his & # 39; 60

Age: here De Niro looks significantly older and plays Sheeran in his final years in his years & # 39; 80

Age: here De Niro looks significantly older and plays Sheeran in his final years in his years & # 39; 80

Age: here De Niro looks significantly older and plays Sheeran in his final years in his years & # 39; 80

The official Twitter page of the Netflix movie shares four images of De Niro in character: & # 39; A lot can happen in your life. & # 39;

& # 39; It took a lot of work to do, & # 39; De Niro explained to Jimmy Fallon on Wednesday evening, when the trailer premiered on The Tonight Show.

& # 39; I'm happy because maybe it will extend my career for another 30 years & # 39 ;, he added with a laugh.

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He explained how the process worked and said, "We had little dots (on the faces of the actor), they didn't want it to get in the way of us." They did it very subtly, so they had references.

& # 39; They had all kinds of cameras & # 39; s that took pictures & a special camera that photographed us. & # 39;

How it works: De Niro explained that it & # 39; a lot of work & # 39; when he talked to Jimmy Fallon on Wednesday evening, while the trailer premiered on The Tonight Show

How it works: De Niro explained that it & # 39; a lot of work & # 39; when he talked to Jimmy Fallon on Wednesday evening, while the trailer premiered on The Tonight Show

How it works: De Niro explained that it & # 39; a lot of work & # 39; when he talked to Jimmy Fallon on Wednesday evening, while the trailer premiered on The Tonight Show

Explained: Explaining how the process worked, he said: & # 39; We had small dots, they didn't want it to get in our way. They did it very subtly, so they had references. They had all kinds of cameras that took pictures and a special camera that photographed us & # 39;

Explained: Explaining how the process worked, he said: & # 39; We had small dots, they didn't want it to get in our way. They did it very subtly, so they had references. They had all kinds of cameras that took pictures and a special camera that photographed us & # 39;

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Explained: Explaining how the process worked, he said: & # 39; We had small dots, they didn't want it to get in our way. They did it very subtly, so they had references. They had all kinds of cameras that took pictures and a special camera that photographed us & # 39;

No technology needed: when it came to De Niro & # 39; s voice, it was all him

No technology needed: when it came to De Niro & # 39; s voice, that was all for him

No technology needed: when it came to De Niro & # 39; s voice, it was all him

But when it came to De Niro's voice, it was all him.

Asked by Fallon or & # 39; they & # 39; his voice changed, he explained: & # 39; Only I, I mean, I changed it more towards the end. & # 39;

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Like De Niro, Pacino, 79, and co-star Joe Pesci, 76, all are outdated in the film, which spans the course of six decades.

During the later scenes in The Irishman, the Hollywood greats play their current age, but in the first half they play the characters in their earlier years, thanks to the digital & # 39; youth & # 39 ;.

While editing the film, Scorsese complained that the new technology had delayed the long-awaited film, which has been in development for more than four years.

Hoffa: The long-awaited film is based on the explosive book I Heard You Paint Houses, where on his deathbed gang murderer Frank Sheeran (De Niro) confessed that he killed trade union leader Jimmy Hoffa (Al Pacino).

Hoffa: The long-awaited film is based on the explosive book I Heard You Paint Houses, where on his deathbed gang murderer Frank Sheeran (De Niro) confessed that he killed trade union leader Jimmy Hoffa (Al Pacino).

Hoffa: The long-awaited film is based on the explosive book I Heard You Paint Houses, where on his deathbed gang murderer Frank Sheeran (De Niro) confessed that he killed trade union leader Jimmy Hoffa (Al Pacino).

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Scorsese told interviewers that the aging process led to a lack of intensity in the eyes of the actor during some recordings, but the problem now seems to be satisfactorily resolved.

The long-awaited film is based on the explosive book I Heard You Paint Houses, where mob murderer Sheeran confessed on his deathbed that he killed trade union leader Jimmy Hoffa (Al Pacino).

New trailer: Netflix debuted the new trailer for The Irishman, just a few days before its world premiere at the New York Film Festival on September 27

New trailer: Netflix debuted the new trailer for The Irishman, just a few days before its world premiere at the New York Film Festival on September 27

New trailer: Netflix debuted the new trailer for The Irishman, just a few days before its world premiere at the New York Film Festival on September 27

At work: the photos show that Sheeran is strangling someone from the back seat of a car before taking a few drinks with friends and beating several people after he has replied that he has none of those things the work & # 39; is doing

At work: the photos show that Sheeran is strangling someone from the back seat of a car before taking a few drinks with friends and beating several people after he has replied that he has none of those things the work & # 39; is doing

At work: the photos show that Sheeran is strangling someone from the back seat of a car before taking a few drinks with friends and beating several people after he has replied that he has none of those things the work & # 39; is doing

The trailer opens with Sheeran wearing a gold ring and bracelet while talking to lawyer Bill Bufalino (Ray Romano).

Bufalino explains that & # 39; management & # 39; a director can only dismiss at very specific costs and then asks Sheeran a number of questions, the answers of which are contradicted in quick admissions.

The photos show that Sheeran strangles someone from the back seat of a car before taking a few drinks with friends and beating several people after he has replied that he is not & # 39; at work & # 39; is doing.

Crime Syndicate: Bill then introduces Frank to his cousin, Russell Bufalino (Joe Pesci), the head of the Bufalino crime family syndicate

Crime Syndicate: Bill then introduces Frank to his cousin, Russell Bufalino (Joe Pesci), the head of the Bufalino crime family syndicate

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Crime Syndicate: Bill then introduces Frank to his cousin, Russell Bufalino (Joe Pesci), the head of the Bufalino crime family syndicate

Rewarded: Sheeran explains that working for the crowd was & # 39; like the army & # 39 ;, adding: & # 39; you've done the right thing, you're being rewarded

Rewarded: Sheeran explains that working for the crowd was & # 39; like the army & # 39 ;, adding: & # 39; you've done the right thing, you're being rewarded

Rewarded: Sheeran explains that working for the crowd was & # 39; like the army & # 39 ;, adding: & # 39; you've done the right thing, you're being rewarded

Bill then introduces Frank to his cousin, Russell Bufalino (Joe Pesci), the head of the Bufalino crime family syndicate.

Sheeran explains that working for the crowd was & # 39; like the army & # 39; and added: & # 39; you have done the right thing, you will be rewarded.

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Russell explains to Sheeran that they have some problems with someone at the top, referring to Hoffa.

Problems with Hoffa: Russell explains to Sheeran that they have some problems with someone at the top, referring to Hoffa

Problems with Hoffa: Russell explains to Sheeran that they have some problems with someone at the top, referring to Hoffa

Problems with Hoffa: Russell explains to Sheeran that they have some problems with someone at the top, referring to Hoffa

As Sheeran explains in the voice-over that everyone in the country knew who Jimmy Hoffa was, Hoffa himself escapes a murder attempt in a courtroom.

& # 39; You always charge a man with a gun, with a knife, you run away & # 39 ;, Hoffa explains to spectators in the courtroom.

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Hoffa then calls Sheeran and asks if he wants to be part of history, and says that & # 39; large companies and the government are trying to disassemble us & # 39 ;, and & # 39; something needs to be done & # 39 ;

Attempt: as Sheeran explains in the voice-over that everyone in the country knew who Jimmy Hoffa was, Hoffa himself escapes a murder attempt in a courtroom

Attempt: as Sheeran explains in the voice-over that everyone in the country knew who Jimmy Hoffa was, Hoffa himself escapes a murder attempt in a courtroom

Attempt: as Sheeran explains in the voice-over that everyone in the country knew who Jimmy Hoffa was, Hoffa himself escapes a murder attempt in a courtroom

Shocking: after taking out the killer, Hoffa appeals to the court

Shocking: after taking out the killer, Hoffa appeals to the court

Shocking: after taking out the killer, Hoffa appeals to the court

History: Hoffa then calls Sheeran and asks if he wants to be part of history, stating that & # 39; large companies and the government are trying to pull us apart & # 39; and & # 39; something must happen & # 39;

History: Hoffa then calls Sheeran and asks if he wants to be part of history, stating that & # 39; large companies and the government are trying to pull us apart & # 39; and & # 39; something must happen & # 39;

History: Hoffa then calls Sheeran and asks if he wants to be part of history, stating that & # 39; large companies and the government are trying to pull us apart & # 39; and & # 39; something must happen & # 39;

History: Hoffa then calls Sheeran and asks if he wants to be part of history, stating that & # 39; large companies and the government are trying to pull us apart & # 39; and & # 39; something must happen & # 39;

History: Hoffa then calls Sheeran and asks if he wants to be part of history, stating that & # 39; large companies and the government are trying to pull us apart & # 39; and & # 39; something must happen & # 39;

Sheeran then meets Russell Bufalino and another mafia boss, Angelo Bruno (Harvey Keitel), who begs Sheeran to say what he has told him.

Russell Bufalino says & # 39; it got out of hand with our friend & # 39 ;, referring to Hoffa, while Sheeran tries to plead Hoffa himself.

& # 39; You must sit down, everyone says so, & # 39; Sheeran says to Hoffa on the phone, while Hoffa replies: & # 39; No, I'm not sitting down, I can't! & # 39;

Boss: Sheeran then meets Russell Bufalino and another Mafia boss, Angelo Bruno (Harvey Keitel), who begs Sheeran to say what he told him

Boss: Sheeran then meets Russell Bufalino and another Mafia boss, Angelo Bruno (Harvey Keitel), who begs Sheeran to say what he told him

Boss: Sheeran then meets Russell Bufalino and another Mafia boss, Angelo Bruno (Harvey Keitel), who begs Sheeran to say what he told him

Hoffa: Russell Bufalino says & # 39; it got out of hand with our friend & # 39 ;, referring to Hoffa, while Sheeran tries to plead Hoffa himself

Hoffa: Russell Bufalino says & # 39; it got out of hand with our friend & # 39 ;, referring to Hoffa, while Sheeran tries to plead Hoffa himself

Hoffa: Russell Bufalino says & # 39; it got out of hand with our friend & # 39 ;, referring to Hoffa, while Sheeran tries to plead Hoffa himself

Sit down: & # 39; You must sit down, everyone says so, & # 39; Sheeran says to Hoffa on the phone, while Hoffa replies: & # 39; No, I'm not sitting down, I can't! & # 39;

Sit down: & # 39; You must sit down, everyone says so, & # 39; Sheeran says to Hoffa on the phone, while Hoffa replies: & # 39; No, I'm not sitting down, I can't! & # 39;

Sit down: & # 39; You must sit down, everyone says so, & # 39; Sheeran says to Hoffa on the phone, while Hoffa replies: & # 39; No, I'm not sitting down, I can't! & # 39;

The trailer ends with several shots, including one in which Hoffa says to another character: & # 39; I know things they don't know, I know & # 39 ;, which could refer to the murder of JFK, since JFK images be distributed by the trailer.

Russell says: & # 39; It's going to happen anyway, he's going to & # 39; while Sheeran picks up two guns when the trailer comes to an end.

The final shot shows Bill Bufalino that he doesn't care whether he did it or not, that he is here to defend him, referring to the murder of Jimmy Hoffa, when Sheeran asks if he wants to know if he wants it has done or not.

The Irishman makes his debut on November 1 for a short theatrical run for prizes, before making his debut on November 27 on Netflix. The film will have its world premiere at the New York film festival on 27 September.

Know: the trailer ends with several shots, including one where Hoffa says to another character: & # 39; I know things they don't know, I know & # 39 ;, which could refer to the murder of JFK, since JFK images are distributed throughout the trailer

Know: the trailer ends with several shots, including one where Hoffa says to another character: & # 39; I know things they don't know, I know & # 39 ;, which could refer to the murder of JFK, since JFK images are distributed throughout the trailer

Know: the trailer ends with several shots, including one where Hoffa says to another character: & # 39; I know things they don't know, I know & # 39 ;, which could refer to the murder of JFK, since JFK images are distributed throughout the trailer

Going to happen: Russell says: & # 39; It's going to happen anyway, he's going to & # 39 ;, while Sheeran picks up two weapons while the trailer is coming

Is going to happen: Russell says: & # 39; It's going to happen anyway, he's going to & # 39 ;, while Sheeran picks up two weapons while the trailer comes to an end

Is going to happen: Russell says: & # 39; It's going to happen anyway, he's going to & # 39 ;, while Sheeran picks up two weapons while the trailer comes to an end

Is going to happen: Russell says: & # 39; It's going to happen anyway, he's going to & # 39 ;, while Sheeran picks up two weapons while the trailer comes to an end

Is going to happen: Russell says: & # 39; It's going to happen anyway, he's going to & # 39 ;, while Sheeran picks up two weapons while the trailer comes to an end

Coming soon: the Irish debut on November 1 for a short theatrical run for prizes, before debuting on Netflix on November 27

Coming soon: the Irish debut on November 1 for a short theatrical run for prizes, before debuting on Netflix on November 27

Coming soon: the Irish debut on November 1 for a short theatrical run for prizes, before debuting on Netflix on November 27

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