Robert De Niro dashes university students’ dreams with one F-bomb


The last thing you want as you celebrate the end of your college career and the beginning of 'real life' is an Oscar-winning actor telling you that you and your classmates are all essentially 'f***ed'.

(We mean, they can think it, but do they really have to say it like it is?)

Apparently so, because that's exactly what happened to students of the Tisch School of the Arts at NYU when Oscar-winning actor, Robert De Niro, agreed to deliver the year's commencement address.

Standing before eager graduates preparing to hang on the star's every word, old Bobby delivered a speech which won't be forgotten for quite some time.

Glancing around the packed auditorium, the Meet the Parents star began by saying: "Tisch graduates, you made it… and you’re f****d."

Oh, swell!

The Jackie Brown actor didn't stop there though and with heartbreaking honesty went on to say: "A new door is opening for you, a door to a lifetime of rejection. It’s inevitable. How do you cope with it? I hear that Valium and Vicodin work."

Check out the moment the world's favourite actor told it like it is and still managed to charm every person in the room.

God, we love him!