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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


Marlon Brando’s Acting Style Was Ahead of Its Time

In the 1970s, Marlon Brando was unforgettable as “The Godfather” and shocked filmgoers with his powerful performance in “Last Tango in Paris.” The two-time Oscar winner, who would have turned 97 on April 3, made the role of Colonel Kurtz his own in “Apocalypse Now” and negotiated a stunning payday to play Superman’s father Jor-el. […]
Tags: Superman, Features, Paris, Marlon Brando, The Godfather, Kurtz, A Streetcar Named Desire, Jor


Elle Fanning Joins ‘Francis and the Godfather’ as Ali MacGraw, ‘Love Story’ Star and Wife of Robert Evans

Elle Fanning has joined the increasingly impressive cast of Francis and the Godfather, Barry Levinson‘s feature film about the making of The Godfather. Fanning will star as Ali MacGraw, Love Story actress and then-wife of Paramount head of production Robert Evans, played by Jake Gyllenhaal. According to The Hollywood Reporter, Fanning has joined the Francis and the Godfather cast as Ali MacGraw, an actress best known for her role in the hit 1970 melodrama Love Story and who bears no connecti...
Tags: Hollywood, Movies, Drama, Casting, Jake Gyllenhaal, Marlon Brando, Evans, Francis, Oscar Isaac, Robert Evans, Paramount, Elisabeth Moss, True Story, Barry Levinson, Francis Ford Coppola, Ali MacGraw


Elle Fanning to Play Ali MacGraw in Movie About Making of ‘The Godfather’

Elle Fanning has been cast in “Francis and the Godfather,” a movie about the making of the classic mobster film. Fanning will portray actor Ali MacGraw, who was married to Robert Evans, Paramount’s head of production. Shortly after winning a Golden Globe for promising newcomer, MacGraw starred in Paramount’s blockbuster “Love Story,” a role that […]
Tags: News, The Godfather, Francis, Robert Evans, Paramount, Barry Levinson, Golden Globe, Ali MacGraw, Elle Fanning, MacGraw, Francis And The Godfather


Elisabeth Moss Joins Isaac & Gyllenhaal in Making of The Godfather Film

Elisabeth Moss joins Isaac & Gyllenhaal in making of The Godfather film Golden Globe and Emmy-winning actress Elisabeth Moss has officially signed on to star opposite Oscar Isaac and Jake Gyllenhaal in Academy Award winner Barry Levinson’s untitled drama film about the “legendary and wild battles” behind the making of 1972’s The Godfather, according to Deadline. RELATED: The Godfather: Paramount Says a Fourth Installment Still Possible  if ( ! ezoic_test() ) {...
Tags: New York, Movies, Jake Gyllenhaal, Wes Anderson, Marlon Brando, The Godfather, Evans, Margaret Atwood, Shirley, Francis, Kansas City, Hulu, Oscar Isaac, Robert Evans, Al Pacino, Elisabeth Moss


‘The Godfather’ Making-of Movie Adds Elisabeth Moss as Eleanor Coppola, Francis Ford Coppola’s Wife

Barry Levinson‘s The Godfather making-of movie, which may or may not be called Francis and the Godfather, has added yet another impressive cast member. Elisabeth Moss will play Eleanor Coppola, filmmaker and wife of Francis Ford Coppola. Moss joins previously-announced cast members Oscar Isaac, who is playing Francis Ford Coppola, and Jake Gyllenhaal, who will play legendary producer Robert Evans. Deadline broke the news that Elisabeth Moss would be joining the making of The Godfather movie ...
Tags: Movies, Casting, Jake-Gyllenhaal, Marlon Brando, Evans, Francis, Oscar Isaac, Paramount Pictures, Robert Evans, Armie Hammer, Paramount, Elisabeth Moss, True Story, Barry-Levinson, Moss, Francis Ford Coppola


Armie Hammer Leaving ‘The Godfather’ Making-Of Series ‘The Offer’

A few weeks ago, Armie Hammer left the action comedy Shotgun Wedding, in which he was set to star in with Jennifer Lopez. Now The Social Network and Man from UNCLE star is departing yet another high profile project. Armie Hammer will no longer be starring in The Offer, a new series coming to the soon-to-be launched Paramount+ that will chronicle the making of Francis Ford Coppola’s classic mob drama The Godfather. Apparently this was an offer he was able to refuse. Hammer was previously set t...
Tags: Television, Movies, Instagram, Drama, Casting, Jennifer Lopez, Henry Cavill, Armie-Hammer, Paramount, Hammer, Social Network, Francis Ford Coppola, Mads Mikkelsen, Armie, The-Godfather, Al Ruddy


Cool Stuff: ‘The Godfather’ Finally Gets the Sleepy Don Vito Corleone Collectible You’ve Always Wanted

There have been plenty of collectibles and artwork paying tribute to cinema’s greatest mob boss, Don Vito Corleone from The Godfather. But most of them hone in on the intimidating version of the man in a tuxedo discussing dark deeds and deals with the shades drawn. The collectible creators at Damtoys are taking a different approach with a new 1/6 scale figure of a much more casual, even sleepy, version of Vito Corleone, labeled as the “Golden Years Edition” of the character. Check it out below....
Tags: Movies, Drama, China, Marlon-Brando, Paramount Pictures, Collectibles, Cool Stuff, Vito Corleone, Chinese Yuan, Don Vito Corleone, The-Godfather, BBICN, DAMTOYS, Sleepy Don Vito Corleone


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


‘I’m a first-rate, second-rate director’—Francis Ford Coppola

The first film director that I think I was ever aware of was Francis Ford Coppola. I was in middle school when other students were talking about a movie featuring a scene with a severed horse’s head. Being 11-12 years old I didn’t see The Godfather in theaters in its original release—but I learned the […]
Tags: Filmmaking, The Godfather, Francis Ford Coppola, Screenwriting, Haute Living, Horses head scene


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


Francis and The Godfather: Oscar Isaac to Play Francis Ford Coppola, Jake Gyllenhaal Set as Robert Evans

Francis and The Godfather: Oscar Isaac to Play Francis Ford Coppola, Jake Gyllenhaal Set as Robert Evans Oscar-winner Barry Levinson (Rain Man, Bugsy, Dopesick) is set to direct Francis and The Godfather, an upcoming drama about the “legendary and wild battles” behind the making of the 1972 Oscar-winning crime drama The Godfather, with Golden Globe winner Oscar Isaac (Show Me a Hero, Ex Machina, Star Wars franchise) starring as The Godfather director Francis Ford Coppola and Oscar nominee Jak...
Tags: New York, Movies, Netflix, Jake Gyllenhaal, Oscar, Marlon Brando, The Godfather, Evans, Francis, Kansas City, Oscar Isaac, Paramount Pictures, Robert Evans, Al Pacino, Barry Levinson, Francis Ford Coppola


‘The Godfather’ Making-Of Movie Casts Oscar Isaac as Francis Ford Coppola, Jake Gyllenhaal as Robert Evans

Barry Levinson is making a movie about the making of The Godfather, and it’s already shaping up to have quite a cast. Oscar Isaac is set to play Godfather director Francis Ford Coppola, while Jake Gyllenhaal will play legendary producer Rober Evans. While The Godfather is considered today to be one of the greatest movies of all time, the making of the film was not without roadblocks. There was significant push-back against Coppola directing the film, as there was against several of Coppola’s ca...
Tags: Movies, Casting, Jake-Gyllenhaal, Marlon Brando, Oscar Isaac, Robert Evans, Al Pacino, True Story, Chinatown, Barry-Levinson, Gyllenhaal, Francis Ford Coppola, Levinson, Mario Puzo, Isaac, Pacino


Cool Stuff: ‘The Godfather’ Life-Size Bust Will Make a Great Gift on the Day of Your Daughter’s Wedding

As pop culture fanatics, we’ve seen a lot of weird, expensive merchandise inspired by movies and TV shows. But some of the most perplexing collectibles, at least to me, are life-size busts featuring life-like sculpts of famous faces, and this new piece from DAMTOYS inspired by The Godfather is easily one of the most unnerving. Marlon Brando is immortalized in a tangible form as this life-size bust of his portrayal of Vito Corlone in The Godfather, complete with a fabric partial suit, synthetic ...
Tags: Adaptation, Collectibles, Cool Stuff, Drama, Paramount Pictures, Marlon-Brando, The-Godfather


‘The Offer,’ a Scripted Drama About the Making of ‘The Godfather,’ is One of the New Originals Coming to the Rebranded Paramount+

It’s gonna be a hell of a sell for ViacomCBS to convince people to subscribe to their newly rebranded Paramount+ (formerly CBS All Access). But with its newly announced slate of original titles, Paramount+ may have an offer we can’t refuse. ViacomCBS announced that five new originals will be arriving to Paramount+ when it rebrands in early 2021, including The Offer, a scripted drama about the making of The Godfather from the perspective of film producer Al Ruddy. Ruddy serves as executive produ...
Tags: Hollywood, Television, Movies, Drama, Mtv, Marlon Brando, Cbs, Bet, Cw, Paramount, Yellowstone, Cbs All Access, Francis Ford Coppola, Coppola, Ruddy, Netflix/Streaming Video


The Morning Watch: Special Effects Make-Up Explained, DC FanDome’s Superman Radio Show & More

The Morning Watch is a recurring feature that highlights a handful of noteworthy videos from around the web. They could be video essays, fanmade productions, featurettes, short films, hilarious sketches, or just anything that has to do with our favorite movies and TV shows. In this edition, a special effects make-up artist explains some of the techniques used on movies like The Wizard of Oz, The Godfather, Kill Bill Vol. 1, Guardians of the Galaxy, and more. Plus, check out the revival of the S...
Tags: London, Movies, Robin Williams, Matt Damon, Superman, Kevin-James, Alfre Woodard, Guardians Of The Galaxy, Vanity Fair, Berger, Jason Alexander, Daniel Dae Kim, Giancarlo Esposito, Henry Winkler, Video Of The Day, Tony Shalhoub


‘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


To Be a Better Screenwriter . . . Study How Movies are Built in the Edit Bay

“Any writer that’s listening to me right now, you’ll gain a lot more knowledge by studying editing than you will by studying screenwriting. Screenwriting is something inside of you, it’s what you’re going to do. It’s going to be dictated by so many other things. Watch how movies are built. That’s where it really comes […]
Tags: Filmmaking, The Godfather, Annie Hall, Christopher McQuarrie, Screenwriting, Walter Murch, Edit Bay, Film Editing, Christopher Lockhart, The Inside Pitch, Screenwiting


Lil Baby & 42 Dugg’s “We Paid” Is The Summer Anthem We Need

It's been 14 years since Tom Cruise did the Yung Joc motorcycle dance. In the summer of 2006, Cruise was out on the promotional trail behind Mission: Impossible III, and he put in an appearance on the late, lamented BET video-countdown show 106 & Park. That day on the show, one of the big videos … More »
Tags: Music, Ad, The Godfather, Lil Wayne, Tom Cruise, Bet, Status Ain't Hood, Denzel Curry, Jack Harlow, Tory Lanez, Yung Joc, Germ, Steelz, Lil Baby, DaBaby, Guapdad 4000


The Morning Watch: James Corden’s ‘Frozen’ Crosswalk: The Musical, ‘It’s A Wonderful Life’ Book Comparison & More

The Morning Watch is a recurring feature that highlights a handful of noteworthy videos from around the web. They could be video essays, fanmade productions, featurettes, short films, hilarious sketches, or just anything that has to do with our favorite movies and TV shows. In this edition, watch as James Corden rounds up the cast of Frozen 2 for a new edition of his recurring Crosswalk: The Musical segment, bringing the original Frozen to the streets of Los Angeles. Plus, find out how the clas...
Tags: Elsa, Frozen, Movies, Los Angeles, Netflix, Idina Menzel, The Late Late Show, James Corden, Al-Pacino, It's A Wonderful Life, Scarface, Tony Montana, Jonathan Groff, Michael Corleone, Video Of The Day, Kristen-Bell


A Tribute to Robert Evans: The Producer Who Stayed in the Picture

The word “legend” refers to a great many people who have worked in Hollywood. But when you’re talking about a movie star or a fabled director, the essence of the legend can be found up onscreen. With a producer, the legend usually has more to do with the shadow world offscreen — with what, exactly, […]
Tags: Hollywood, The Godfather, Columns, Robert Evans, Chinatown, Love Story, Ali MacGraw, The Kid Stays in the Picture, Rosemarys Baby


Francis Ford Coppola Gives Emotional Tribute to Robert Evans: ‘May the Kid Always Stay in the Picture’

Francis Ford Coppola remembered his sometime-patron, collaborator and frenemy Robert Evans as a producer with “strong instincts” in an emotional tribute. Evans, the legendary producer and former head of Paramount Pictures, died on Saturday night at the age of 89. He played a crucial role in the creation of such film classics as “Rosemary’s Baby,” […]
Tags: News, The Godfather, Evans, Paramount Pictures, Robert Evans, Rosemary, Francis Ford Coppola


An offer they can’t refuse? ‘Godfather’ house lists for nearly $1.4M

The Tudor-style property that belonged to Michael Corleone in the legendary movie has hit the market for $1.375 million.
Tags: Listings, Lifestyle, Collection, Radio, The Godfather, Agent, Michael Corleone, The New York Post, Carlo Rizzi, Elaine Albert, Gianni Russo, John Vernazza, Peter Albert, Vernazza Real Estate


Don Winslow’s Cartel Drug Novel Trilogy Heads to FX

Don Winslow’s Cartel drug novel trilogy heads to FX FX is adapting Don Winslow’s acclaimed Cartel trilogy, namely 2005’s The Power of the Dog, 2015’s The Cartel and the recently published The Border, into a series, according to Deadline. CEO of FX Networks and FX Productions John Landgraf made the deal to purchase the series, which some critics have likened to “a hybrid of The Godfather and War and Peace.” RELATED: Cobra Kai Season 2 Trailer: The Battle Is On  PB ...
Tags: TV, Movies, Fox, Epic, TV News, Crime Drama, The Godfather, DEA, Ridley Scott, Series, FX, Cartel, John Landgraf, Don, Salerno, Landgraf


Carmen Argenziano, Actor in ‘Stargate SG-1’ and ‘The Godfather Part II,’ Dies at 75

Carmen Argenziano, an actor best known for his roles in “Stargate SG-1” and “The Godfather Part II,” has died, talent agency Event Horizon Talent confirmed Sunday in a Facebook post. He was 75. “While Carmen was a client, he was also a good friend. While he was a class act and a consummate gentleman at the events […]
Tags: Facebook, News, Obituaries, People News, The Godfather, Carmen, Stargate, Carmen Argenziano


The Godfather, a First Google Employee, Steve Ballmer and Microsoft

--> A few years ago, I had dinner with one of Google’s first employees. How he joined Google was a long and convoluted story that had more elements of luck than I can ever recount. He’d been working in a midsized town in relative obscurity and at a fairly low level when, through a series of making the right choices and one random string of events after another, he was hired at Google. Early, early Google. He found himself sitting in a room with less than 15 people who were Google’s first employe...
Tags: Google, Milan, Featured, Microsoft, Ebay, Careers, Walmart, Harvard, United States, Mtv, Harvard University, Italy, Steve Ballmer, Howard Schultz, The Godfather, Silicon Valley


The Best TV Shows & Movies Leaving Netflix in January 2019

We’re coming up on the end of 2018, which means there’s one more purge of Netflix titles before the new year begins. Thankfully, the list of titles leaving before 2019 isn’t nearly as big as it used to be, so you should have plenty of time to check these movies out before they leave the streaming service forever (or maybe just a few months, since that’s what happens with a lot of these titles). Below we run through the best TV shows and movies leaving Netflix in January 2019. Face/Off Over...
Tags: Movies, Jack Nicholson, Stephen King, Disney, Netflix, Beethoven, Stanley Kubrick, Pixar, Peter Jackson, Tolkien, Nicolas Cage, Sharknado, John Travolta, Brad Bird, It Follows, The Shining


Roles Burt Reynolds Turned Down, From Bond to Solo

Burt Reynolds, who died on Thursday at the age of 82, had a hugely impressive career… but even with his starry resume, he turned down some of the most famous movie roles of all time. “They all would’ve changed my career, without a doubt,” Reynolds said of all the roles he turned down that went […]
Tags: Star Wars, News, Jack Nicholson, James Bond, The Godfather, Han Solo, Burt Reynolds, Pretty Woman, Die Hard, Reynolds, One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest


The great John Cazale

Very cool fact about the incomparable John Cazale: Remembering John Cazale, left, who was born on this day in 1935. The actor only appeared in five films, all nominated for Best Picture: The Godfather, The Conversation, The Godfather Part II, Dog Day Afternoon (pictured here), and The Deer Hunter. pic.twitter.com/v3V0kqTT4L — New Beverly Cinema (@newbeverly) August 12, 2018
Tags: Religion, Actors, The Godfather, New Beverly Cinema, John Cazale, The Godfather: Part II


Drinking alone, part 2.

1. Earlier today, I had "Deval Patrick, drinking alone" ("... I was actually quite drunk, by myself”). In the comments, The Godfather said, "Drinking alone is bad enough. Admitting to a reporter that you do so is weird." I said:I don't see anything wrong with eating alone in a restaurant and ordering a drink (or even 2 or 3) with your dinner. But getting "quite drunk" alone (especially in public) is embarrassing.2. Everyone seems to be talking about "Embracing päntsdrunk, the Finnish way of drin...
Tags: Law, Nbc News, Maine, Drinking, The Godfather, Introverts, Rats, Solitude, Deval Patrick, Ann Althouse, Briana Volk, Portland Hunt Alpine Club