Cecil B. DeMille Award To Robert De Niro By Mike Fleming Jr November 9, 2010 10:54am 8 Email Actor/director/producer Robert De Niro will receive the Cecil B. DeMille Award at the 68th Golden Globes. The two-time Academy Award winner was voted the honor by the Hollywood Foreign Press Association. 68th Golden Globe Awards, Hollywood Foreign Press Association, Movies, Robert De Niro Deadline.com Awards OSCAR: Red Carpets… This just in: Peter Heller Novel ‘The Painter’ Lands With ‘Fighter’ Scribe Paul Tamasy, ‘Blackfish’ Helmer Gabriela Cowperthwaite Graham Moore-Marc Forster Outbreak Drama Gets 10-Episode NBC Series Order A.R. Gurney’s Shaggy Dog Tale ‘Sylvia’ Gets Broadway Revival With Annaleigh Ashford MORE This just in: Bradley Cooper, Taylor Schilling Will Present On Tony Telecast – But What About Tommy Tune? Christina Hendricks ‘Mad Men’ Exit Interview: Joan “Always Spoke The Truth” Caleb Deschanel To Receive AFI’s 25th Franklin J. Schaffner Medal You May Also Like: Awards Golden Globes 2016 Date & Timeline Set – Update Awards Hollywood Foreign Press Association Donates Millions As Golden Globe Hopefuls… Awards HFPA & Dick Clark Productions Settle Long Golden Globes Lawsuit PHOTOS ‘Carol’ Premiere – Cannes – Photo Gallery ‘Mad Men’ Live Read and Series Finale – Photo Gallery ‘Mad Max: Fury Road’ Los Angeles Premiere – Photo Gallery 2015 Cannes Film Festival Opening Ceremony And ‘La Tete Haute’ Premiere Robert De Niro is a worthy choice for the DeMille award. He may well be America’s greatest actor over the past several decades, and his work with Tribeca and humanitarian organizations adds to his accomplishments as a filmmaker. Enjoy the Golden Globes, Robert De Niro! It’s about time… merited it 20 years ago… Yes, after King of Comedy and Brazil, of course! Well, okay, maybe 10 years ago then… I mean, it isn’t the drivel he made for Milleneum or the dumb thrillers that suddenly merited the tip o’ the hat now, was it? It was the Scorsese films, Deer Hunter, his own directorial efforts, and Tribeca… Oh, sorry, and the Amex commercials, how could we forget those!?! :~p What a SHOCK. It goes to ANOTHER man. Last woman awarded this award was in 2000. SHAME. Well deserved Bob! You are a living legend!!! I think people need to stop hating on DeNiro. Sure not all of his recent films have been great. But I think his ability to carry a successful comedy franchise like “Meet the Parents” just adds to his overall, versatile body of work. He is a true craftsman in every sense of the word. I mean, his amazing “Godfather II” performance warrants this award alone. Congrats Bob! I wasn’t hating – I was actually being serious when I cited his Rupert Pupkin and The Plumber characters. Underrated, much? Comments are closed.