About halfway through the Oscars, Jimmy shared a special edition of Mean Tweets featuring, among others, Natalie Portman, Ryan Gosling, Samuel L. Jackson, Emma Stone and Robert De Niro. When we shoot these, we have each person read a few tweets then we pick the best one. But for Robert De Niro, there were many good ones. We decided to do something we’ve only done with President Obama: an entire edition of Mean Tweets presented by one person. This is the director’s cut, an all-De Niro version of #MeanTweets.
Mean Tweets – Oscars Edition https://youtu.be/hJCUJLMSEK0
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Mean Tweets - Robert De Niro Edition