He shouted his way through Gigli, Jack and Jill, and Stand Up Guys, but at last Al Pacino has found a project creatively offensive enough to give him pause in Despicable Me 2. Deadline reports the actor and Universal have parted ways on the project, the studio confirming, "there were creative differences between us and Al Pacino, who had been cast as the voice of Eduardo in the film." Apparently Pacino wanted to act like Pacino, and Universal thought he would do something other than that, but now everyone is on the same page of Al Pacino's career.
With the film still set for a July 3 release, Universal wasted no time in finding a replacement, and now the character will be voiced by Benjamin Bratt. Hopefully your children enjoy reruns of Law & Order as much as they love how Scarface sounds.
Continuing his work with great shouters who are also the worst decision-makers, David Gordon Green is following up his Nicolas Cage film with an Al Pacino vehicle. According to a press release, Pacino is attached to star in Manglehorn, "the story of an eccentric man who tries t... / Continue →
Adam Sandler playing both a family man AND his own twin sister who won't leave after visiting her sibling for Thanksgiving: that ALONE is funny enough for an entire 90-minutes of film (plus during-the-credits outtakes), right? So you'd think! But not funny enough for Columbia a... / Continue →
- Michelle Williams and Joel Edgerton are reportedly attached to star in a remake of the 2009 Italian film The Double Hour. Maria Full of Grace's Joshua Marston is writing and directing the psychological thriller, which will see the stars playing a couple who fall victim to a d... / Continue →