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Al Pacino, Lucila Solá

Al Pacino [2]

Born:April 25, 1940 (81)
Filmography Rating:7.14 / 10
IMDB Rating:6.46 / 10
Amazon Rating:3.57 / 5
Rotten Tomatoes Rating:68.06%
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List of Titles and Roles/Jobs:
Dick Tracy [1990](50) => Big Boy Caprice
Ocean's Thirteen [2007](67) => Willy Bank

Trivia that mentions this person:
Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country [1991]
  • “Frankie and Johnny" was being filmed in the same studio, and required Al Pacino to have a surprised expression on his face after opening a door. Director Garry Marshall arranged for Kirk and Spock be on the other side of the door that Pacino opened.
    Dick Tracy [1990]
  • In this film, Al Pacino co-stars with James Caan as rival gangsters. In The Godfather, Pacino played Michael Corleone and Caan played his brother, Sonny.
    Ghost [1990]
  • When it came time to cast the film, writer Bruce Joel Rubin suggested Patrick Swayze for the role of Sam Wheat. Director Jerry Zucker felt that Swayze was completely wrong for the part. Many actors that included Tom Hanks, Tom Cruise, Kevin Bacon, Al Pacino, Bruce Willis, Harrison Ford and Alec Baldwin were all offered the part but all turned it down feeling that playing a ghost would be cheesy. Zucker then decided to audition Swayze though he thought he would blow the audition. To Zucker's surprise, Swayze did a great audition and he was cast immediately in the part.
    Iron Man 2 [2010]
  • Al Pacino was considered for the role of Justin Hammer, while Tim Robbins was considered to play Howard Stark, Tony's father.
    Ocean's Thirteen [2007]
  • Steven Soderbergh filmed all of Al Pacino's scenes in three weeks.
  • In The Godfather: Part II, Michael Corleone (played by Al Pacino) is at a meeting in Havana, Cuba when Cuban Pres. Fulgencio Batista (played by [?] Tito Alba) receives a solid gold telephone. In Ocean's Thirteen, Willie Bank (also played by Al Pacino) receives a solid gold cellphone obtained by Abigail Sponder from the manufacturer.
    Despicable Me 2 [2013]
  • Al Pacino was set to play Eduardo and had recorded his lines, but then dropped out of the project, with the studio citing "creative differences". He was replaced by Benjamin Bratt.
    Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales [2017]
  • The joke Jack Sparrow's uncle tells Jack is the same joke Al Pacino told Johnny Depp during production of Donnie Brasco: "A skeleton walks into a bar, orders a beer and a mop... "
    Blade Runner: The Final Cut [1982]
  • Dustin Hoffman was the original choice to play Deckard, although he wondered why he was asked to play a "macho character". According to Ridley Scott, Hoffman was interested, but wanted to make it a whole different kind of character. According to [?] Paul Sammon, apart from Hoffman, other actors considered for the role included Tommy Lee Jones, Gene Hackman, Sean Connery, Jack Nicholson, Paul Newman, Clint Eastwood, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Al Pacino, Burt Reynolds, William Devane, Raul Julia, Scott Glenn, [?] Frederic Forrest, Robert Duvall, Judd Hirsch, [?] Cliff Gorman, Peter Falk, Nick Nolte and Christopher Walken. Martin Sheen was offered the role, but he turned it down, as he was exhausted, having come off Apocalypse Now.
    The Expendables [2010]
  • Ben Kingsley, Robert De Niro and Al Pacino were considered for the role of Munroe.
    It Chapter Two [2019]
  • One of Richie Tozier's character traits is his ability to do "voices" and impressions. Bill Hader is a well-known impressionist, famous for the celebrity impressions he did for years on "[Saturday Night Live]." With this in mind, screenwriter Gary Dauberman wrote a scene in which Richie does an impression of Al Pacino, a voice that Hader is quite good at. However, Hader requested that the impression be removed from the script because the Pacino impression was old material and he didn't feel like doing it again.
    Jesus of Nazareth [1977]
  • Writer and director Franco Zeffirelli considered Dustin Hoffman and Al Pacino for the part of Jesus, and Robert Powell to play Judas.
    Pretty Woman [1990]
  • Al Pacino turned down the role of Edward after a screen test with Julia Roberts.
    Quotes From/About Al Pacino
    Al PacinoAn actor with too much money will usually find a way to get rid of it.