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Greta Gerwig
The Playlist has unveiled the first official photo of Greta Gerwig and Al Pacino in Barry Levinson‘s “The Humbling”. Based on Philip Roth’s 2009 novel, “The Humbling” centers on the relationship between a veteran American stage actor (played by Pacino) who is past his prime and a young sexually adventurous woman (played by Gerwig). The film marks Pacino’s latest collaboration with Levinson (The two previously worked together on the Emmy-winning HBO TV Movie “You Don’t Know Jack”) and his first with both Gerwig and Barry Henry, the Oscar-nominated screenwriter ofRead More
According to The Hollywood Reporter, Jeremy Renner will star opposite Al Pacino in the dramedy “Imagine.” The film tells the story of an aging 1970s rocker (Pacino) who discovers an undelivered letter written to him in his younger days penned by none-other than John Lennon. After he receives this letter, he makes the attempt to straighten out his life and give up his “hard-living ways”. This road leads him to reconnect with the son (played by Renner) he’s neglected to get to know. The film title, of course, is takenRead More
“Odd Thomas” star Addison Timlin is joining the amazing cast of Lionsgate action-comedy “Stand Up Guys”, according to Variety. Oscar winners and screen legends Al Pacino, Christopher Walken and Alan Arkin star in the film that was working under the title “Old Timers.” Fisher Stevens will direct the film written by Noah Haidle, about two aging former hitmen who “decide to spend one last night of debauchery together before one has to kill the other.” Timlin has landed one of two pivotal female roles as Walken’s granddaugher. Filming is setRead More
Gael Garcia Bernal will star as five-time world boxing champion Roberto Duran in “Hands of Stone”. Al Pacino is also circling the role of Duran’s trainer Ray Arcel. Duran debuted on the boxing circuit in 1968 at the age of 16, and after defeating Sugar Ray Leonard, famously said “no mas” during the rematch in November 1980. “The infamous ‘no mas’ fight is the biggest enigma in the history of boxing. This movie will answer that enigma,” director Jonathan Jakubowicz tells Variety. “Hands of Stone”, named for Duran’s nickname, willRead More