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SWEEPS DAY FOUR!! Herc Finds Tonight’s SILICON VALLEY Hilarious!! Almost-Last LAST MAN & BILLIONS!! HARDWICK!! Sunday TV Talkback!!
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Tonight’s “Silicon Valley” was written by Clay Tarver, who 17 years ago wrote (with J. J. Abrams!) the screenplay for the Paul Walker thriller “Joyride.” Somebody should give Tarver a raise.
“A Sizzler buffet for the sexually deranged,” is how Jared describes a newish app, and I laughed aloud.
Al Pacino had to jump through hoops – including at least six screen tests – before securing the role of Michael Corleone in The Godfather. Marlon Brando was so into playing Vito Corleone that during an early reading for director Francis Ford Coppola, he answered a phone call in character.
With the stage decorated to resemble the library of Brando's Don Corleone, and a portrait of the actor hanging above, Coppola and cast members Al Pacino, Robert De Niro, Robert Duvall, James Caan, Diane Keaton and Talia Shire, gathered together once again on Saturday.
The night was organized by De Niro as the closing evening of his Tribeca Film Festival, which preceded the affair with a grand double feature of "The Godfather," parts one and two.
While both films are widely viewed as among the finest ever made, Coppola and cast spoke again and again about the films' humble origins, when Coppola was a young, untested director, Pacino was an unknown theater actor who the studio, Paramount, was loathe to cast, and few thought the source material — Mario Puzo's best-seller — was the stuff of great cinema.
Coppola's battles over casting Pacino as Michael Corleone have long been Hollywood legend.
To help convince the wary studio, Pacino said he did more screen tests — including after he actually got the part — than he could remember.
 Pacino said he was straightened out after a pep talk from Coppola, who showed him early footage of his performance and told the struggling Pacino "to get your chops together."
With time running out, Coppola tried to take questions from the audience, asking for the house lights to be raised and urging audience members to holler out.
Coppola and the group gathered together on stage to embrace each other while the crowd, eager for more, took pictures of the legendary "Godfather" team, draped arm in arm.
Herc’s Seen LEFTOVERS 3.3!!
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The Leftovers 3.3 FAQ
What’s it called? “Crazy Whitefella Thinking.”
Who’s responsible? Teleplay is credited to “Leftovers” showrunner Damon Lindelof & “Ash Vs. Evil Dead” creator Tom Spezialy.
What says HBO? “With the clock ticking towards the anniversary of the Departure and emboldened by a vision that is either divine prophecy or utter insanity, Kevin Garvey, Sr.
Like the unofficial marijuana holiday of 4/20, May the Fourth started as a fan event — in this case, a Star Wars-centric one — that has since been adopted by bars, restaurants, galleries and others as a way to drum up business. And, like 4/20, if you’re already deep into the subject matter, it’s a great excuse to indulge.
Since Lucasfilm pulled the trigger on its plan to release a Star Wars film at least once a year — starting with 2015’s “The Force Awakens,” and continuing with last year’s “Rogue One” — the frenzy over all-things-Star Wars feels omnipresent.