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  • Holly Hunter: Al Pacino Is Such a Softie

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    6/19/15

    The Academy Award-winning actress talks about her “Manglehorn” co-star Al Pacino and she reveals that he’s a great dinner companion. Hunter also chats about her upcoming role in “Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice.”moreless
  • Al Pacino Asked About the CoCo

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    4/21/15

    Since Al played a drug lord, we asked him if he’s familiar with O.T. Genasis’ song. He isn’t.
  • Oscar Isaac Knows Al Pacino's Favorite Text Emojis

    Interview

    3/30/15

    Oscar Isaac and Al Pacino's text messages to each other are probably filled with mustache smiley faces.
  • Jesse Tyler Ferguson On Working With Al Pacino

    Interview

    3/23/15

    Jesse Tyler Ferguson was recently in The Merchant of Venice with Pacino.
  • Al Pacino Opens up On Playing Danny Collins

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    3/23/15

    The actor joins TODAY to discuss his new role in “Danny Collins,” where he plays the title role of an aging rocker alongside Jennifer Garner and Bobby Cannavale. He also talks about singing in the film.moreless
  • Jennifer Garner Says Al Pacino Won't Stop Singing

    Interview

    3/17/15

    Jennifer Garner talks to Jimmy about her movie Danny Collins and Al Pacino's spontaneous singing throughout filming.
  • Exclusive: Jennifer Garner Shames Al Pacino in New Clip from 'Danny Collins'

    Special

    3/16/15

    Watch as two actors deal with the emotion of their complicated relationship.
  • EXCLUSIVE Jennifer Garner Shames Al Pacino in New Clip from 'Danny Collins'

    Special

    3/16/15

    Watch as two actors deal with the emotion of their complicated relationship.
  • Annette Bening Was Under Al Pacino's Spell in 'Danny Collins'

    Interview

    3/12/15

    HitFix sat down with Annette Bening to chat about her recent role in 'Danny Collins'.
  • 'Blackhat' Director Knows Exactly How Many Takes Al Pacino Needs to Achieve Perfection

    Interview

    1/7/15

    Micheal Mann shares with us his long history with doing multiple takes.
  • Simon Helberg Channels Nicolas Cage and Al Pacino

    Excerpt

    6/10/14

    Big Bang Theory's Simon Helberg showcases his flair for impersonations.
  • Mirren: Al Pacino Is World's 'Most Beloved' Actor

    Interview

    1/19/14

    Legendary actress Helen Mirren scored a huge win at the 2014 Screen Actors Guild Awards when she won for Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Television Movie or Miniseries, for her work on the made-for-TV movie Phil Spector.moreless
  • Al Pacino HBO Biopics

    Excerpt

    4/13/13

    After playing Phil Spector and Jack Kevorikian, Al Pacino is taking on more controversial HBO biopic roles such as Amanda Knox!
  • Jack and Jill Premiere - Al Pacino

    Preview

    11/11/11

    Interview with Al Pacino (Himself) at the premiere for Jack and Jill.
  • Al Pacino reunites with "Scarface" cast

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    8/24/11

    CBS News RAW: Veteran actor Al Pacino reunited with the cast and crew of the iconic 1983 film, "Scarface," nearly 30 years after the star embodied one of Hollywood's most legendary gangsters, Tony Montana.moreless
  • You Don't Know Jack Featurette - Al Pacino and Susan Sarandon

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    4/24/10

    Featurette for You Don't Know Jack features an interview with Al Pacino and Susan Sarandon on the film and the actual person.
  • Scarface Cast Reunion - Al Pacino

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    12/9/83

    Interview with Al Pacino at the Scarface cast reunion event.
  • Danny Collins: Al Pacino On The Real Story Behind Danny Collins

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    Inspired by a true story, Al Pacino stars as aging 1970s rocker Danny Collins, who can't give up his hard-living ways. But when his manager (Christopher Plummer) uncovers a 40 year-old undelivered letter written to him by John Lennon, he decides to change course and embarks on a heartfelt journey to rediscover his family, find true love and begin a second act.moreless
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