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Mickey Rourke has resumed his ongoing, a person-sided public feud with Robert De Niro with a threatening Instagram write-up Saturday.

Rourke, 67, posted the incendiary terms together with a classic motion picture photo of De Niro smoking cigarettes a cigarette. The two starred collectively in the 1987 neo-noir drama “Angel Heart.”

“Hey Robert De Niro, which is right i am talking to you, you big (expletive) crybaby,” Rourke wrote, referring to De Niro’s famed line from “Taxi Driver.” 

Rourke alleged in the write-up that he had acquired from a “mate” that De Niro had named him a “liar” in a newspaper job interview. The alleged job interview was not cited.

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“Listen Mr.Tough Guy in the flicks,” the former boxer and “The Wrestler” star Rourke continued. “When i see you i swear to God on my Grandmother, on my brother and all my dogs, i gonna embarrass you severely 100%.”

The observe was signed, “Mickey Rourke ‘as God is my witness.’ “

In 2019, Rourke claimed in an Italian Television job interview that De Niro had acted badly on the “Angel Coronary heart” set much more than 3 a long time prior. Rourke instructed Italy’s “Non è la D’Urso” that De Niro experienced insisted Rourke not contact him in the course of a scene necessitating slight make contact with. “Now, I do not glance up to him no extra, I search by means of him,” explained Rourke.

Rourke even further alleged in that 2019 interview that De Niro blocked him from having a purpose in director Martin Scorsese’s “The Irishman.”

“Marty Scorsese needed to meet me for a motion picture with Al Pacino, Joe Pesci and Robert De Niro,” Rourke explained. “The casting man or woman explained to my supervisor that Robert De Niro stated he refused to get the job done with me in a film.”

Immediately after that interview, a assertion from De Niro’s press representative Stan Rosenfield to the New York Article, sent on behalf of the film’s producers and casting director debunked Rourke’s accusation that he was passed up for an “Irishman” part.

“According to ‘The Irishman’ producers, Jane Rosenthal and Emma Tillinger Koskoff, and casting director Ellen Lewis, Mickey Rourke was by no means questioned to be in ‘The Irishman’ nor was he at any time even considered of, talked about or thought of to be in the movie,’ ” the statement stated.

United states Currently has arrived at out to Rosenfeld about the new assertions from Rourke. Rourke’s representative did not straight away reply to a request for elaboration or comment.


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