Michael Gandolfini joins Making Of The Godfather series
Many Saints of Newark star Michael Gandofini pretty much stays in the gangster arena, joining the cast of Paramount Plus’s making-of series Godfather.
Michael Gandolfini joins the cast of Godfather TV series shooting The offer. The Paramount Plus show also stars Miles Teller, Giovanni Ribisi, Matthew Goode, Colin Hanks, Dan Fogler and Juno Temple. The 10-episode series details the behind-the-scenes drama of the making of the iconic Oscar-winning gangster epic in 1972 The Godfather, directed by Francis Ford Coppola.
Variety reports that Gandolfini has now joined the already impressive cast of The offer as Andy Calhoun, a businessman trying to buy Godfather Paramount studio. He is joined by new co-star Zack Schor who plays Fred Gallo, the Godfather assistant director.
Gandolfini of course just broke playing the young Tony Soprano in the Soprano prequel movie The Many Saints of Newark, following in the footsteps of his father James Gandolfini, who played Tony in the original HBO television series. The rising star is also set to appear in the Russo Brothers thriller The gray man, the Ari Aster mystery project Boul. Disappointment. and the thriller Cat person. Schor is best known for the Amazon series. Hunters. For Gandolfini, the connection with the gangsters remains strong, as he goes from being the young version of a fictional gangster to that of a real-life man who gets involved in the behind-the-scenes story of the film that has changed forever. gangster movies. The offer is of course not the only one Godfather-related project in progress, as Barry Levinson is also developing a Godfather making-of with Oscar Isaac, Jake Gyllenhaal and Elisabeth Moss. It remains to be seen if these two duels Godfather projects can actually reach the finish line and so the public will be able to refuse what they have to offer.
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