The Godfather: Part III, Francis Ford Coppola announces a new version

The Godfather: Part III, Francis Ford Coppola announces a new version
Francis Ford Coppola had long wanted a new edition of The Godfather: Part III, trying to shorten it in some points and strengthen it in others, but changing the title. He worked on it for a while while cutting out versions of other films including The Cotton Club, but he always said he needed the blessing of Paramount Pictures.

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Today, the production studio announced that it will release its new editing and restoration under the title The Godfather by Mario Puzo, Coda: La morte di Michael Corleone (Mario Puzo's The Godfather, Coda: The Death of Michael Corleone). The film will be released in US theaters in December, on the occasion of the 30th anniversary of the film's release. It will subsequently also be released for various digital home entertainment platforms and on physical discs.

This means that Coppola has managed to restore all his films that he believed could be improved and in the course of an interview he, therefore, also talked about Megalopolis, a film he has been working on for 30 years and which tells the story of an architect and a utopian reconstruction of New York City following a huge disaster. Unfortunately, production was interrupted following the tragedy of the Twin Towers on 11 September 2001 and never resumed.

In any case, in the same interview, Coppola, regarding the new version of The Godfather: Part III, stated:
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