Al Pacino believes Timothée Chalamet would supersede him
Recently, it was discovered that Michael Mann, director of Heat (1995), had begun writing a sequel.
Al Pacino, protagonist of the original film, has already chosen who he would like as the young lieutenant Vincent Hanna.
Timothee Chalamat, a legend in film, spoke at Tribeca Festival’s 25th Anniversary of the crime drama.
“I mean, he’s a great actor. “Great looks,” Timothee said about Timothee at 26. His response was met by applause.
The film was screened in 4K at the anniversary celebration of Heat. Robert De Niro and Pacino, who played Neil McCauley respectively, answered questions from the audience. Art Linson, the producer of the film, also participated in the screening.
Al recalled his work as a taxi driver star during the conversation.
Robert can do everything with me, I have often told people who asked about my work with Robert. Robert will always listen to you and respond to your needs.
It’s a true luxury to be with someone like this. He will always get the point, no matter what you do. He is always available. It should be similar to tennis.
In movies, you must keep hitting the ball over the net. If it hits another person, it goes to the next. The actor explained that it’s all a smooth rhythm you can catch if your ears are open.”
The continuation of “Fight”, which will be released August 9, will be available, but it is not known if this book will ever be filmed.
The film adaptation of Prequel Novel is still unknown, but there is the possibility of a sequel.
Mann hasn’t directed a movie since 2015’s Cyber starring Chris Hemsworth & Viola Davis. However, he has directed a pilot for HBO Max’s TokyoPD