‘The Godfather’ director Francis Ford Coppola says he’s ‘achieved’ with the movie franchise

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'The Godfather' director Francis Ford Coppola says he is 'done' with the film franchise

In relation to “The Godfather,” Francis Ford Coppola mentioned he’s “done with” the movie franchise.

The newest film, “Mario Puzo’s The Godfather Coda: The Death of Michael Corleone,” was initially named “The Godfather: Part III” in 1990 and serves because the conclusion to the famed director’s trilogy. 

The brand new edit, which may even embrace a special ending, will obtain the unique imaginative and prescient held by Coppola, 81, and screenwriter Mario Puzo. “The Godfather III” was previously nominated for seven Oscars. Coppola earned two of those nominations.

“Me and ‘The Godfather’ are done now,” Coppola just lately advised The Guardian. “There is more that [screenwriter] Mario Puzo wrote that we never used. But I don’t own ‘The Godfather,’ Paramount owns ‘The Godfather,’ and they may well decide to make more films. I feel that I’ve made my trilogy. I have other fish to fry.”

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Director Francis Ford Coppola advised The Guardian he’s “achieved” with “The Godfather” movie franchise and has “different fish to fry.”
(Kevin Mazur/Getty Photos for Tribeca Movie Pageant)

Coppola additionally shared that it’s been releasing to unveil the brand new movie.

“Releasing a movie is like following a sports team,” he defined. “You always sigh. Relief always follows the release of a movie, even if it’s a feeling of despondency.”

“Part III” got here 16 years after “Part II.” The sequel adopted Al Pacino’s Michael Corleone working to separate his household from the crime enterprise.

The film starred Diane Keaton, Andy Garcia and Talia Shire. The earlier entries featured Robert De Niro, Robert Duvall and Marlon Brando, in addition to Pacino.

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Coppola made it clear he has moved on.

“I want to make a film about the future,” he advised the outlet. ” the Alfred, Lord Tennyson quote? ‘For I dipt into the future, far as human eye could see, saw the vision of the world, and all the wonder that would be…’ That’s the film I wish to make. It could be referred to as ‘Megalopolis.’”

“I’m 81 so I hope I have enough years to make it,” Coppola continued. “I want to give the children of the world a vision of the future that is beautiful. That is positive. That is a heaven on Earth because I really think we can have that.”

Al Pacino in

Al Pacino in “The Godfather: Half III,” which was initially launched in 1990.
(Paramount)

Coppola beforehand shared that the up to date movie is “an acknowledgment of Mario’s and my preferred title and our original intentions for what became ‘The Godfather: Part III.’”

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The prolific winemaker continued: “For this model of the finale, I created a brand new starting and ending, and rearranged some scenes, photographs and music cues. With these modifications and the restored footage and sound, to me, it’s a extra acceptable conclusion to ‘The Godfather’ and ‘The Godfather: Half II’ and I’m grateful to Jim Gianopulos and Paramount for permitting me to revisit it.”

The famed director and his manufacturing firm, American Zoetrope, underwent a frame-by-frame restoration of the unique movie and its new model.

“Mr. Coppola oversaw every aspect of the restoration while working on the new edit, ensuring that the film not only looks and sounds pristine but also meets his personal standards and directorial vision,” Senior Vice President of Paramount Archives Andrea Kalas mentioned.

Fox Information’ Nate Day contributed to this report.

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