The Hunt : Al Pacino is going to hunt nazis in the new series of Jordan Peele
If there is a player that we regret not to see more often, it is Al Pacino. When it was revealed that he would be Frank Underwood, here he returns with a project that makes well feel like.
It is interesting to see how Jordan Peele has very well managed the aftermath of the success of his Get Out. He has not rested on its laurels and has taken advantage of his notoriety new to launch several projects that he couldn’t necessarily do it when he was only known for the comedy duo (and hilarious) Key & Peele.
Us, what we expect of a firm footing
So here he is returning with a new movie, Us, which will be released on march 20, the series Weird City on the 13th of February next (the trailer is here), the reboot of The Twilight Zone and Candyman, as a producer. But he had yet another project up his sleeve with The Hunt, that he has signed on with Amazon and that has begun to unfold.
The Hunt will therefore be a tv series of 10 episodes based on real facts and that will tell us more about the life ofa band calling themselves The Hunters, who lived in New York in 1977. They had discovered that a hundred former nazi officers of high rank lived among them and had to mount the Fourth Reich in the United States. The group has therefore decided to drive them out one at a time to eliminate them.
Al Pacino, the cleat
A topic box that resonates, unfortunately, with a certain environment of the world and that will be a small event since we have just learned via the website Deadline that Al Pacino will be in the casting, in the skin of one of the hunters. He is expected to join Logan Lerman, aka Percy Jackson, who had been courted at the end of December.
It will be the first tv series to be attended by the actor of the Godfather. The contract is in phase of finalization, therefore, we can expect an official statement in very little time. Unfortunately, it’s going to have to take his evil in patience, since, to date, the series has no release date on Amazon.
Al Pacino on the set of the Irishman