NEW YORK (CBS4) — Actor Robert De Niro will host CBS’ update of its award-winning film on the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks to mark the 10th anniversary next month.

CBS will revisit its film, “9/11,” first broadcast in 2002, including new interviews with firefighters and others who were part of the first film. The Peabody Award-winning film contains the only known footage of the first plane striking the World Trade Center.

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The special will be broadcast over two hours on the night of the anniversary.

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De Niro, who was host of the original special nine years ago, will visit the 9/11 memorial and show viewers progress on the site’s rebuilding. Several television networks are commemorating the anniversary with retrospectives.

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