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Pacino

Al, full name Alfredo James Pacino. born 1940, US film actor; his films include The Godfather (1972), Dog Day Afternoon (1975), Scent of a Woman (1992), for which he won an Oscar, and Insomnia (2002)
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Meanwhile, this is not the first time that Pacino will be teaming up with HBO.
Pacino says he thinks he'd be a good short order cook.
Academy Award winner Pacino first saw the play performed in London in 1988 with Steven Berkoff in the role of Herod, and the work and performance took an obsessive grip that led him to undertake one of the most challenging projects of his career.
Pacino plays ageing gangster Val who, after a 28-year stretch, sets about making up for lost time, all the while unaware his old pal Doc (Walken) is under orders to kill him to settle an outstanding Mob score.
Long before his eight Oscar nominations and single win (for Scent Of A Woman) Pacino was just another youngster smoking and drinking from an early age in a tough district of New York.
With: Al Pacino, Jessica Chastain, Kevin Anderson, Roxanne Hart, Estelle Parsons, Lawrence Grobel, Robert Fox, Barry Navidi, Kim Brinster, Nicholas Grene, Merlin Holland, Bono, Gore Vidal, Tom Stoppard, Tony Kushner.
Pacino, 69, is helming the project besides acting in it.
Starring Al Pacino and a very young Michelle Pfeiffer it tells the story of young Cuban immigrant Tony Montana and his rise and fall as a crime boss in 1980s Miami.
DESPITE the presence of Robert De Niro and Al Pacino this film is a damp squib.
Our bewilderment that the perpetrator could possibly pre-empt his target's movements with split-second precision is compounded when Pacino drives across town and damage to the vehicle is magically repaired.
Their previous co-billing in The Godfather Part II, where Pacino portrayed Don Michael Corleone and De Niro bagged the Oscar as the young Vito, unfolded in separate time-frames, precluding any verbal fireworks.