Party like it’s 1990.
The official trailer dropped Wednesday for Martin Scorsese’s new gold-plated crime-drama flick “The Irishman,” featuring all of your dad’s favorite actors.
Robert De Niro. Al Pacino. Joe Pesci. And a whole lot of gun waving.
That’s the mood of the spot for the mobster movie, due in theaters Nov. 1. In the two-and-a-half minute teaser, De Niro’s character chats with a lawyer played by Ray Romano as plot points flash by.
The Netflix film draws its inspiration from “I Heard You Paint Houses,” a 2004 memoir by homicide prosecutor Charles Brandt.
“The Irishman” will enjoy a debut Sept. 27 at the New York Film Festival. It carries a budget upward of $200 million and faces high expectations from gangster film buffs.
The movie from the “Goodfellas” director also features Anna Paquin, Harvey Keitel and Bobby Cannavale.