Almost 50 years after “The Godfather” release, we thought that everything that can be said about Francis Ford Coppola’s gangster iconic movie has already been revealed. Hollywood has found an ingenious way to dig into the film’s infamous production. Keep reading to discover the story behind this project!
Jake Gyllenhaal & Oscar Isaac have been cast in an exciting movie about the making of “The Godfather.” Barry Levinson, who has previously nailed it with blockbusters like “Rain Man” and “Good Morning, Vietnam” will be directing the movie.
Gyllenhaal, 39, will portray Paramount producer Robert Evans, while Isaac, 41, will play the role of legendary filmmaker Coppola. The duo have team up to star in “Francis And The Godfather,” a movie about the making of the epic 1972 mobster film.
The story promises to be incredibly compelling viewing! The making of “The Godfather” focuses on Evans’ difficult relation with Coppola. Can you believe that Paramount was against Coppola’s casting choices, including Marlon Brando as Don Vito Corleone and Al Pacino as Michael Corleone! We can’t wait to see who will play the iconic actors in this new movie.