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(From Guardian Unlimited)
Robert De Niro, who vowed never to play a mobster again, is to don his Borsalino hat one more time.
The actor, who won an Oscar for his role as the young Don Vito Corleone in 1974's The Godfather II is to play a retired mafia hit man who is pulled back into business after an assassination attempt.
De Niro is legendary for his gangster parts in The Godfather trilogy and Goodfellas and even voiced the cartoon mob shark, Don Lino, in the animated children's film Shark Tale, but his recent outings have seen him in more diverse genres such as …