Godfather Al Pacino to play Napoleon Bonaparte
One of the greatest actors in the entire era of celluloid history, Al Pacino established himself as an enduring and iconic figure in the world of movies.
The role of Michael Corleone in the Francis Ford Coppola helmed cult film The Godfather (1972) has shown that Al Pacino is entirely in a different league of class in showcasing thespian talents.
Academy award winning Al Pacino is now getting a chance to play the French emperor, Napolean Bonaparte in an on-screen adaptation of children’s book Betsy and the Emperor authored by by Staton Rabin.
GC Corp, the venture capital fund, has obtained the rights for this venture and will assign the production of the film to Killer Films, with plans to go on floors somewhere after July.
This film with screenplay by Brian Edgar will be directed by John Curran of The Painted Veil fame.