Latest movie, “Mario Puso’s Godfather Coda: Michael Corleone’s Death Originally titled “The Godfather: Part III” in 1990, it is the culmination of a trilogy of famous directors.
The new revision, which will also include a different ending, will reach the original vision of Coppola, 81, and screenwriter Mario Puzo. “The Godfather III” was previously nominated for seven Oscar. Coppola received those two nominations.
“Me and‘ The Godfather ’are done now,” Coppola said recently Defender. “It simply came to our notice then [screenwriter] Mario Puzo wrote that we never used. But I don’t own ‘The Godfather’, Paramount owns ‘The Godfather’ and they may decide to make more films. I think I created my trilogy. I have other fish to fry. ”
Coppola also shared that the release of the new film is free.
“Releasing a movie is like following a sports team,” he explained. “You always sigh. Relief always follows the release of a movie, even if it is a feeling of disappointment. ”
“Part III” came 16 years after “Part II”. Its continuation continued Al Pacinos Michael Corleone is working to separate his family from the criminal profession.
Coppola made it clear that he was moving.
“I want to make a film about the future,” he told the store. “Alfred, do you know the quote from Lord Tennyson? ‘Because I bathed in the future, as far as the human eye could see, the vision of the world would be miraculous …’ That was the film I wanted to make. It would be called ‘Megalopolis’.”
“I’m 81, so I hope I have enough years to do this,” Coppola continued. “I want to give the children of the world a vision of a beautiful future. It was positive. I think we can have it because it’s a paradise on earth. “
Coppola previously shared Updated image “Mario’s approval and our original intentions to become my favorite title and ‘The Godfather: Part III’.”
The Rich Winemaker continued: “For this version of the finale, I created a new beginning and end and rearranged some scenes, scenes and music notes. For Part II, I thank Jim Giannopoulos and Paramount for allowing me to review it. “
The renowned director and his production company, American Sotrope, undertook a frame-by-frame remake of the original film and its new version.
“Mr. Coppola oversaw every aspect of the restoration while working on the new revision, ensuring that the film not only looks and feels beautiful but also meets his personal standards and the director’s vision,” said Andrea Glass, senior vice president of Paramount Archives.
Nate Day of Fox News contributed to this report.