Al Pacino thinks Timothée Chalamet can replace him in "Fight"
Such a generous compliment from a cult actor is worth a lot.
It is known that director Michael Mann is writing a sequel to his classic film "Fight". The text is still in progress, but the lead actor in the original film, Al Pacino, has already decided which actor could play the younger version of his iconic role.
During the film's 25th anniversary celebration, which was delayed by two years due to covid, at the Tribeca Film Festival, Al Pacino revealed that it could have been Timothée Chalamet.
“I mean, he's a great actor. Looks great,” the guru said of his 26-year-old follower, and his response was greeted with applause.