Academy Award winning actor Robert DeNiro is upset at the editing and changes to Everybody's Fine, his new holiday film being released this week. The actor, from his California home, vented his rage and anger at the director and editor for changes that he says were made to the movie.
"It's now PG-13," said DeNiro. "It's f****n' PG-13. Everybody knows that I don't do PG-13. They had to delete all my f****n' f-bombs to get a f****n' PG-13. That's changin' f****n' heart and f****n' tone of my f****n' character."
"Also, what happened to me getting to beat the crap out of somebody? In all of my movies, I get to beat the livin' s**t outta at least three or four people, and I also get to shoot some mother f****r. I don't get to beat the s**t outta nobody or shoot no mother f****rs in this? Did they leave those scenes on the cutting room floor?"
"And what's with my character name, Frank Goode. Goode? Like in goody goody gumdrops? The Frank's okay, but I shoulda been Frank A*****e or Frank C**k S****r. What's with this Frank Goode s**t?""
"I never shoulda signed on to do a movie that Scorcese wasn't directing. The guy that directed this last directed Nanny McPhee! That's about as good as directin' a f****n' Smurfs movie or Barney the f****n' dinosaur!"
Needless to day, DeNiro will be doing no publicity tours for his new family film.