'The Intern' sees De Niro co-star with Anne Hathaway.
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Ben Whittaker is 70 and retired. When he discovers that tai chi classes, learning a new language and visiting his grandkids isn't all it's cracked up to be, he turns to a new challenge – being "The Intern" at a New York fashion startup. Feeling ignored and obsolete is hardly a problem that afflicts veteran actor Robert De Niro, who plays Whittaker in the comedy. Written and directed by Nancy Meyers and co-starring Anne Hathaway, "The Intern" is a rare big-budget Hollywood hybrid of comedy, romance and drama that aims for multigenerational appeal without patronizing either baby-boomers or millennials.As for De Niro, the actor doesn't see the need for a Facebook or Twitter account and says he is almost as technologically challenged as his character in "The Intern," but he hopes major Hollywood studios take note of the trend.
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