HBO, a film and television platform, is preparing a movie about filming one of the classic movie tapes: The Godfather, according to Variety.
This film was directed by Francis Ford Coppola in 1972, so the project is known as Francis & the Godfather. This film will revolve around the adaptation of the homonymous novel by Mario Puzo and will detail how it was the filming of this classic of the history of the cinema.
This project has a script by Andrew Farotte, while Mike Marcus, Doug Mankoff and Andrew Spaulding will be the executive producers.
Peter Bart, project consultant, is the executive of Paramount who was originally made with the rights of the novel and who worked very closely with Coppola and producer Robert Evans. Francis & the Godfather
Will reveal details never before known about the film adaptation of this film, including how Coppola decided to join the project, as well as actors such as Al Pacino and Marlon Brando.