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The iconic mansion from 'The Godfather' is back on the market at a $105 million discount. Look inside the Beverly Hills estate.

Jim Bartsch The iconic mansion seen in 1972 classic film "The Godfather" is back on the market for $89.75 million. That's a roughly $105 million discount from its $195 million asking price in 2016. In the movie, the mansion was the home of movie producer Jack Woltz, who woke up with a severed horse head in his bed after crossing the Corleone family. See more stories on Insider's business page. The historic Los Angeles mansion where the classic 1972 film "The Godfather" filmed...
Tags: Real Estate, Beyonce, Entertainment, California, Los Angeles, Trends, Features, Beverly Hills, John F Kennedy, The Godfather, Paramount Pictures, Mansions, Jay, Long Island, Ross, Mediterranean


How to know when to sell your startup, according to a cofounder of Bleacher Report who sold his at age 28

Dave Nemetz is a cofounder of Bleacher Report and the founder of Inverse. Photo: Inna Lila Dave Nemetz is a cofounder of Bleacher Report and the founder of Inverse and writes a weekly newsletter on media and startups. The following is a recent post, republished with his permission. In it, Nemetz explains how founders can recognize when it's time to let go of their company. See more stories on Insider's business page. In a landscape overflowing with hustle porn, startup acquisitions...
Tags: Startups, Media, Opinion, Advice, Entrepreneurs, Trends, Strategy, Bloomberg, Dave, Turner, Founders, Shark Tank, Nordic, Don, Corleone, University of Massachusetts Medical School


Force Isn't Power

A theme in my practice is helping leaders understand the difference between force and power and make use of that distinction in achieving their goals. Let's define force as "strength or energy as an attribute of action" and power as "the ability to produce an effect." At times the two are indistinguishable, or at least closely related--we need force to produce power. In professional life, this is often true early in our careers. Lacking power--or believing we lack power--we feel that we must a...
Tags: Leadership, Navy, Stanford, Management, Communication, Marlon Brando, Mafia, Francis, Harvard Business Review, Don, Francis Ford Coppola, Buddhist, Corleone, Mario Puzo, Brando, Pfeffer


Enter ComingSoon’s Holiday Giveaway From Paramount!

Enter ComingSoon’s Holiday Giveaway From Paramount! Paramount Pictures has provided ComingSoon.net with a few select Blu-ray titles for our holiday giveaway, including It’s A Wonderful Life in 4K UHD, Scrooged, Planes, Trains & Automobiles, Paramount Presents: Trading Places, Office Christmas Party, Sonic The Hedgehog Limited Collector’s Edition, and Mario Puzo’s THE GODFATHER, CODA: The Death of Michael Corleone! The first prize winner will receive the complete set, and the second and third ...
Tags: Movies, Los Angeles, Dvd, Paramount Pictures, San Francisco Bay, Paramount, Giveaway, Francis Ford Coppola, Corleone, Mario Puzo, Coppola, Michael Corleone, Movie News, Blu-Ray Releases, Puzo, Michael Corleone Al Pacino


Watch: Francis Ford Coppola, Al Pacino, and Andy Garcia Talk About ‘The Godfather Coda’, the New Cut of ‘Godfather Part III’

There’s a new cut of The Godfather Part III making headlines –  The Godfather, Coda: The Death of Michael Corleone. Director Francis Ford Coppola has recut his films in the past – Apocalypse Now has several different cuts, and he recently released The Cotton Club Encore, a recut of The Cotton Club. Now, with The Godfather, Coda, Coppola hopes to show the world the movie he always hoped to make. In a new interview with film critic Leonard Maltin, Coppola and Godfather, Coda stars Al Pacino and A...
Tags: Movies, Lake Tahoe, Paramount Pictures, Al-Pacino, Michael, Andy-Garcia, Video Clips, Francis-Ford-Coppola, Leonard Maltin, Corleone, Cotton Club, Pacino, Coppola, Michael Corleone, Maltin, Michael Al Pacino


The Godfather: Paramount Says a Fourth Installment Still Possible 

The Godfather: Paramount Says a Fourth Installment Still Possible Ahead of the upcoming release of the recut version of The Godfather Part III, Paramount Pictures has finally addressed the future of the acclaimed crime drama film franchise, confirming that they’re open to the possibility of producing a fourth installment. Speaking with The New York Times, the studio revealed the potential fourth Godfather movie would only move forward if the right story presents itself.  In addition, a brand...
Tags: Movies, Los Angeles, New York Times, Mario, The Godfather, Francis, Oscar Isaac, Paramount Pictures, Robert Evans, San Francisco Bay, Paramount, Andy Garcia, Francis Ford Coppola, Corleone, Mario Puzo, Coppola


'Godfather Coda': Andy Garcia talks Coppola's revision of Corleone saga ending

Andy Garcia takes us inside Francis Ford Coppola's bold new vision of the final chapter in Mario Puzo's 'Godfather' saga          [Author: Asbury Park Press]
Tags: Religion, Andy Garcia, Francis Ford Coppola, Asbury Park Press, Corleone, Mario Puzo, Coppola


‘The Godfather, Coda: The Death of Michael Corleone’ Review: Francis Ford Coppola Offers a ‘Godfather III’ Re-Cut You Can’t Refuse

When it comes to Francis Ford Coppola‘s Godfather trilogy, everyone seems to be in agreement: the first two movies are full-blown masterpieces, and the less said about the third film the better. We shouldn’t cry too hard for The Godfather Part III – despite its modern-day reputation of being a dud, it was actually well-received at the box office and even netted itself seven Academy Award nominations (including Best Picture!). But over the years, Coppola’s swan song for the Corleone family has b...
Tags: Movies, Drama, Features, Movie Reviews, Sequels, Atlantic City, Lake Tahoe, Paramount Pictures, Michael, Vincent, Andy Garcia, Sofia, Mary, Francis-Ford-Coppola, Garcia, Sonny


Watch Mario Puzo’s The Godfather, Coda Trailer & Featurette!

Watch Mario Puzo’s The Godfather, Coda Trailer & Featurette! Paramount Pictures has released the trailer and featurette for Francis Ford Coppola’s final film in his epic Godfather trilogy, Mario Puzo’s The Godfather, Coda: The Death of Michael Corleone. This new version of The Godfather Part III achieves director/screenwriter Coppola and screenwriter Puzo’s original vision for the finale, which has been meticulously restored for the finest presentation of the Corleone saga’s last chapter. Ch...
Tags: Movies, Los Angeles, Mario, The Godfather, Neal Moritz, Paramount Pictures, San Francisco Bay, Paramount, Movie Trailer, Francis Ford Coppola, Corleone, Mario Puzo, Coppola, Michael Corleone, Jim Gianopulos, Movie News


‘The Godfather, Coda: The Death of Michael Corleone’ Trailer: Francis Ford Coppola Reworks ‘The Godfather Part III’

Francis Ford Coppola has reworked one of his most-derided movies into The Godfather, Coda: The Death of Michael Corleone. This re-edit of The Godfather Part III claims to archive “Coppola and screenwriter [Mario] Puzo’s original vision for the finale, which has been meticulously restored for the finest presentation of the Corleone saga’s last chapter.” This certainly isn’t the first time Coppola has re-edited one of his films: there are several different versions of Apocalypse Now, and the film...
Tags: Movies, Roger Ebert, Sequels, Vatican, Mario, Movie Trailers, Paramount Pictures, Al Pacino, Paramount, Michael, Andy Garcia, Francis-Ford-Coppola, Corleone, Cotton Club, Sofia Coppola, Coppola


Big wedding in fictional home of 'The Godfather' fuels virus

The Sicilian town of Corleone, made famous by the fictional Mafia clan in “The Godfather,” has ordered schools closed and a limited lockdown after a spate of coronavirus infections were tied to a big wedding there last week. The city administration told all 250 guests at the Sept. 12 wedding and anyone who lives with them to self-isolate and inform their doctors and city health authorities while awaiting virus tests. In a Facebook post, Mayor Nicolò Nicolosi said he expected “maximum cooperati...
Tags: Facebook, News, Corleone, Nicolò Nicolosi


‘The Godfather Part III’ Re-Edit Coming From Francis Ford Coppola and Paramount This December

Just when you thought you were out, they pull you back in. Francis Ford Coppola hasn’t directed a new feature film in a few years, but he has gone back to tinker with some old ones. He recently released a recut version of The Cotton Club, and now he’s about to do the same thing with The Godfather Part III. Infamous for being the least-well-received entry in the otherwise fantastic Godfather saga, this new Godfather III cut, which goes by the somewhat clunky title Mario Puzo’s The Godfather, Cod...
Tags: Movies, Drama, Sequels, Mario, Paramount Pictures, Paramount, Francis Ford Coppola, Corleone, Mario Puzo, Cotton Club, Sofia Coppola, Coppola, Michael Corleone, Jim Gianopulos, Puzo, The-Godfather


Which Was Better: The Movie Or The Book? A Debate For The Ages. Here’s TPM’s June Reading Recs

I’ve come to the conclusion that the outside is overrated. There, I said it. I know it’s June and I know summer is just getting started, but why spend your days sweating it out in the humid, hazy outdoors when you can be inside with the A/C pumping? I’m a homebody, so maybe that’s what’s underlying my opinion here. Like I said, it’s June, and despite my love of cool, filtered air, I do hate that we’re still in the same place as we were last month. Silver lining: we do have a new book list for...
Tags: Hbo, England, New York, News, California, Stephen King, Disney, America, Los Angeles, Tom Hanks, Dame Maggie Smith, New York Times, Italy, Moscow, Jane Austen, Harry Potter


In Unique Partnership, Two Legal Research Companies to Co-Develop Products

In The Godfather Part II, Michael Corleone famously said, “Keep your friends close but your enemies closer.” That line came into my head when I was briefed last week on news being announced this morning of a unique partnership between two competing legal research companies, Fastcase and ROSS Intelligence, to share content and jointly develop new products for the benefit of both companies’ customers. The content-sharing part of this is no big surprise. In fact, Fastcase has for years licensed its...
Tags: Law, Uncategorized, Toronto, Casetext, Ross, Cto, Fastcase, Corleone, Walters, Bob Ambrogi, ROSS Intelligence, Ed Walters, Michael Corleone, Andrew Arruda, Jimoh Ovbiagele, Stergios Anastasiadis


In Unique Partnership, Two Legal Research Companies to Co-Develop Products

In The Godfather Part II, Michael Corleone famously said, “Keep your friends close but your enemies closer.” That line came into my head when I was briefed last week on news being announced this morning of a unique partnership between two competing legal research companies, Fastcase and ROSS Intelligence, to share content and jointly develop new products for the benefit of both companies’ customers. The content-sharing part of this is no big surprise. In fact, Fastcase has for years licensed its...
Tags: Law, Uncategorized, Toronto, Casetext, Ross, Cto, Fastcase, Corleone, Walters, ROSS Intelligence, Ed Walters, Michael Corleone, Andrew Arruda, Jimoh Ovbiagele, Stergios Anastasiadis, Ravel Law Way


Do You Want to Preen on Camera, Democrats, or Do You Want to Take Down Trump?

Saul Loeb/GettyDemocrats, lawyer up before you question again. You don’t think Trump’s going to let lackeys like Devin Nunes or Rudy Giuliani defend him before Congress, do you? To compete, Democratic committee chairs will have to bring in killer lawyers and give up much of what they treasure: time on TV, showing off for the folks at home, making use of a moldering law degree.It’s a sacrifice that must be made to hold Trump accountable. It looks like the evidence is in hand to prove Trump tried ...
Tags: News, Mississippi, Supreme Court, Congress, Senate, White House, Russia, NFL, Joe Biden, Ukraine, Fbi, Chicago, House, Nancy Pelosi, Cia, Fifth Avenue


Facts About ‘The Godfather’ Even The Most Die-Hard Fans Can’t Refuse To Read About

“You don’t offer friendship. You don’t even think to call me ‘Godfather.’” There are many classic lines from the iconic 1972 film The Godfather. And for good reason: the film, directed by Francis Coppola, is critically acclaimed, won three Academy Awards for the year it was released, and is considered by many to be, quite simply, one of the greatest films of all time. And typically, those who disagree only do so because they think it IS the absolute best! A lot of fans know the tale of the Corle...
Tags: Hollywood, Religion, Marlon Brando, Paramount Pictures, Celeb Gossip, Corleone, Brando, Coppola, Don Corleone, Francis Coppola, Vito Corleone Francis Coppola


In Case You Missed It, The Easter Bunny Got Into A Street Fight

I’ll give you one chance to guess where he’s from Well, the eggs have been dyed, the chocolate’s all been eaten, and the festivities are over, but that doesn’t mean we should abandon the overall tone of the Easter season. You know, things like joy, and togetherness, and beating the everloving shit out of each other! Wait. That last one is probably not encouraged everywhere, but hey — it’s never too late to start new holiday traditions. An Easter bunny in Orlando, Florida (obviously) ap...
Tags: Florida, Humor, Gracie Hughes, Orlando, Orlando Florida, Corleone


Daughter of Italian mafia boss names Paris restaurant Corleone

Lucia Riina, youngest child of Salvatore ‘Totò’ Riina, names establishment after crime family’s home townThe daughter of a notorious Sicilian mafia boss has opened a restaurant near the Arc de Triomphe in Paris called Corleone.Lucia Riina, a painter and the youngest child of the late “boss of bosses” Salvatore “Totò” Riina, named the establishment after her father’s home town and the crime family in Francis Ford Coppola’s award-winning Godfather trilogy of films. Continue reading...
Tags: Europe, France, World news, Paris, Italy, Mafia, Francis Ford Coppola, Corleone, Arc de Triomphe, Salvatore, Riina, Lucia Riina, Corleone Lucia Riina


5-Star leader Di Maio cancels campaign stop in Corleone

MILAN (AP) — The leader of the 5-Star Movement has canceled a visit to the long-time Mafia stronghold of Corleone after his party’s mayoral candidate said he wanted to open a dialogue with the families of Mafiosi. Deputy Premier Luigi di Maio said Friday that “the state needs to be careful not to ever get […]
Tags: Milan, News, Ap, Star, Corleone, Star Movement, Di Maio, Nation & World, Nation & World Politics, Luigi Di Maio


Highlights Nov. 5-11, 2018

Godfather at the revolution Dates and times are given for U.S. Pacific Time zone. Click them to see the date and time where you are. Longing T he Sun makes a trine aspect to Neptune this week (Nov. 5, 10:40 pm) on the Sabian Symbol, Telephone linesmen at work installing new connections, which evokes one of my very favorite records. Never was a song more filled with high lonesome longing than Jimmy Webb’s “Wichita Lineman;” it epitomizes the delicious pain of yearning and nostalgia that ...
Tags: Hollywood, Rome, Moon, Mars, Saturn, Jupiter, Pluto, Neptune, Venus, Libra, Scorpio, Aquarius, Capricorn, Sagittarius, Astrology, David Foster Wallace


Palermo and Corleone

What a beautiful hotel I am staying in. It was originally three different buildings that have been merged into one the oldest part dating back to 500 AD. It was certainly grandiose It is located in the historic part of the town and is called Grand Hotel
Tags: Travel, Palermo, Corleone


Comment Of The Week

But there were so many good ones to choose from. Tim Lynch has some good observations. I recently heard historian Nial Ferguson remark that “cowardice is the most powerful force in human history”. I’ve been thinking about that a lot while also contemplating the trend of regarding traditional courage and bravery as byproducts of toxic masculinity. Men of my generation (and my fathers) would have considered tasing an old woman to be so morally disgraceful that the thought of such an act is inconce...
Tags: Usa, France, Senate, Blogs, Military, God, North America, Christ, Jesus Christ, Fred, Corleone, Ned, Michael Hayden, Hayden, Planet Earth, Bracken


This Wheel’s On Fire

I haven’t written much in recent days because my family suffered an unexpected loss last week. I was in one day and kept up on the toplines of the news. But I was generally too insensible to write, even as the new revelations piled up. Everything I’ve seen at a distance over recent days brings me back to this post I wrote on Thursday. Helsinki seems like an inflection point. On a long drive yesterday I listened to cable news chatter and I noticed a difference: the default assumption was that Pre...
Tags: Europe, New York, London, News, Putin, Vladimir Putin, Washington Post, Russia, US, Dnc, Bloomberg, Ukraine, Fbi, Gop, Hillary Clinton, New Jersey


Water Cooler Discussion: T-Rex, Downsizing, WWDC, Westworld, Incredibles, Staircase, Brady Bunch & More

On the June 4, 2018 episode of /Film Daily, /Film editor in chief Peter Sciretta is joined by /Film managing editor Jacob Hall , weekend editor Brad Oman , writers Hoai-Tran Bui and Chris Evangelista to talk about what they’ve been watching and what they’ve been up to since last week. You can subscribe to /Film Daily on iTunes , Google Play , Overcast , Spotify and all the popular podcast apps (here is the RSS URL if you need it). At The Water Cooler : ...
Tags: Movies, Stephen King, Los Angeles, Chicago, Netflix, Hawaii, Haruki Murakami, Cmon, John Mayer, Chris, Peter, Brad, Grove, Corleone, Jacob, Peter Sciretta


Pope Francis tells Italy's mafia they 'carry death in their souls'

Pope Francis fired the latest salvo in his condemnation of the Italian mafia on Wednesday, telling gangsters that they “carry death in their souls” and cannot claim to be Catholics. Speaking at his weekly general audience in St Peter’s Square, the Pope excoriated mafia criminals in a discourse about “fake Christians” who, he said, claim to be pious but in fact “live a corrupt life”. “These fake Christians will end up in a bad way,” he told a crowd of tens of thousands of people packed into the s...
Tags: News, Rome, Pope Francis, Italy, Madonna, Catholic Church, Christian, Naples, Sicily, Reuters, Cosa Nostra, Calabria, Corleone, St Peter 's Square, Reuters Many, Pope John Paul


11 Movies Perfect For A Glorious Snow Day

Photo: Courtesy of Paramount Pictures. For those who live in the northeast, you've probably already received the email. It says something along the lines of, "Due to the forecasted blizzard, our offices will be closed tomorrow." But it's not a blizzard this time. It's a bomb cyclone, whatever that is.Just as you begin your victory dance, however, you remember that this is 2018, and that email really means you'll be working from home. Still, a closed office means a day answering client concer...
Tags: Google, Facebook, Fashion, Music, Robin Williams, Netflix, Mta, Harry Potter, Warner Bros, Paramount Pictures, Paramount, Aspen, Joel, Lloyd, Ferris, Corleone


Take the Cannoli: ‘The Godfather’ Trilogy is Coming to Netflix

Someone made an offer they couldn’t refuse and come Jan. 1, The Godfather trilogy will finally be available on the streaming service. Based on Mario Puzo’s 1969 novel of the same name, The Godfather focused on the rise of the Corleone family from humble importers to crime lords led by family patriarch Vito (played by…
Tags: Movies, News, Uncategorized, Netflix, The Godfather, Vito, Francis Ford Coppola, Corleone, Mario Puzo, Onetime


The unusual suspects: Rise of the mafia godmothers

They say it's a family business, but traditionally women in the Italian mafia were prison messengers or bargaining chips in dynasty marriages to create alliances between clans. Now as male mob bosses languish in jail, mafiosas are increasingly stepping up to head crime families - and getting caught in the process.    After seven years behind bars, one such godmother - Maria Angela Di Trapani - was freed from prison in 2015 and for the last two years has allegedly been quietly moving up thro...
Tags: Facebook, Milan, News, Italy, Mafia, Palermo, Parma, Sicily, University College London, Cosa Nostra, John Paul II, Corleone, Milan Italy, Giuseppe, Salvatore, Matteo Messina Denaro


Sicilian Town Had Long, Bloody Past Before ‘Godfather’ Fame

Corleone is a Sicilian medieval hill town whose bloody past began generations before 'The Godfather' franchise used its name for a fictional Mafia don.
Tags: News, World news, Sicily, Corleone, Toto Riina