The project, saddled with the lengthy title Mario Puzo’s The Godfather, Coda: The Death of Michael Corleone, will debut in theaters (where open and available) in December before hitting digital platforms as well as physical media. Paramount Pictures just confirmed something huge. Both men would still be grieving the death of Mary — one as a father, the other as a lover. And no character stays dead as long as there’s public interest and untold portions of their life story remaining — ask one of the many resurrected superheroes.

Considering that Paramount balked at merely distributing Martin Scorsese’s The Irishman because the film’s financier, Fábrica de Cine, couldn’t cover the ballooning budget, the company seems awfully risk-averse. The film’s aura makes stars. I am not ashamed of this, it's what we do in Hollywood and it's a great opportunity to create a new exciting version.

Compared to behemoths like Disney and Warner Bros., the studio is currently franchise-poor — after another Terminator misfire, Mission: Impossible is its only healthy live-action series). As time is finite for the maestro, it’s unlikely he’d want to waste a year or two of his life going back to a well that feels dry to him. But she was the real thing, playing that 19-year-old Italian girl in love with her own cousin [played in the film by Andy Garcia]. But nothing is ever truly over in Hollywood, certainly not a valuable brand that continues to generate profits from video sales and TV repeats.

Francis Ford Coppola’s involvement seems key, though at the age of 80, he might not be up to the physical rigors of an epic production.

He lost his life in the film’s final scene, falling from a chair in the courtyard of Don Tommasino’s villa, a lone orange — the symbol of death in director Francis Ford Coppola’s magnificent film series — rolling from his limp grasp. There’s no one I can think of who I’d send to do a Godfather.” But if the money was just too right for all involved, perhaps the persuasive auteur could talk Sofia Coppola into giving it a shot.

Yes, after 44 years of reigning king, the movie that immortalized Marlon Brando is getting a modern facelift. Would Al Pacino, Diane Keaton, Talia Shire, Andy Garcia, and the rest of the surviving clan want to return for a Coppola-less Godfather film? They don’t have enough money on earth to give me to spend a year doing that.”, If Paramount coughed up the coin to get him back in the director’s chair, Coppola said he was unsure what story he’d tell. The plan in 1999 was to revitalize the series with Leonardo DiCaprio as a young Sonny in a two-era narrative à la The Godfather Part II.

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And whatever bad blood had started to boil up over Vincent’s pursuit of Mary could very easily simmer anew and turn the men into enemies. The Godfather Part IV could absolutely happen. “For me? But Pacino’s portrayal of a man finally waking up to the moral nightmare of having murdered his own brother is shattering and, despite the aforementioned missteps, Francis Ford Coppola manages to bring the film to a rousing, debt-settling finale. By Arts & Life Screen Beat writers on April 1, 2015 (l-r) Jeremy Renner, Chris Evans and Scarlett Johansson in Marvel’s “The Avengers “I want to show Sofia a new version, because she is so beautiful in it and so touching,” he told Deadline.

Here’s a pitch: Assuming Michael returns to the Big Apple after the tragic conclusion of The Godfather Part III, he could find himself in a power struggle with the headstrong Vincent.