Robert De Niro halted by The Tonight Show Wednesday night, where he discussed his upcoming Netflix movie The Irishman which is being directed by Martin Scorsese, and the reverse-aging technology that was utilized to make him appear younger in the movie.
The movie, which also features Al Pacino and Joe Pesci, commemorates the ninth film collaboration in De Niro and Scorsese and is building a lot of buzz around the movie’s de-aging visual effects that were utilized to make the actors seem decades younger, and at several ages, throughout the movie.
De Niro told Jimmy Fallon that it took a lot of work to do. He also joked that he was happy. He said maybe it will extend his career for another 30 years.
De Niro went on to clarify that part of the procedure required him to put on “dots,” which are facial tracking characteristics for motion capture, on his skin.
De Niro explained that they had tiny dots. They did not want it to get in their way and Marty did not want that. He did one more thing. They had all sorts of stuff, but this they accomplished very subtly, and so on, so they had quotations for whatever. Little sorts of cameras taking images and a special camera photographing them.
On Wednesday sunrise, The Irishman dealt a first look at De Niro in his 20s, 40s, 60s, and 80s to its Twitter page. While De Niro occurred on The Tonight Show, Fallon also debuted a brand modern trailer for The Irishman, which provides viewers with an even adequate look at all of those tremendous effects.
The Irishman slams select theatres on November 1, pursued by a release on Netflix accounts on November 27.
The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon goes live weeknights at 11:35 p.m. on NBC.