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Al Pacino Transforms Into Joe Paterno As Biopic Begins Production

17 July 2017

The world is getting its first look at Al Pacino as disgraced former football coach Joe Paterno.

HBO has given a sneak peek at what Al Pacino will look like as Joe Paterno in the upcoming movie about the Jerry Sandusky sex abuse scandal.

Shortly after being fired as Penn State football coach in 2012, Paterno died due to complications from lung cancer.

The photo shows Pacino wearing Penn State gear and glasses looking just like the late Paterno. It appears that the film clearly won't concentrate on Paterno's coaching career, but more about the fallout resulting from the revelations of sexual abuse of young boys by Sandusky, his longtime defensive coordinator.

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Ultimately in 2012, Sandusky was found guilty of 45 charges of sexual abuse and sentenced to 60 years in prison.

No release date has been set. In 2010, Pacino starred as Dr. Jack Kevorkian (left) in You Don't Know Jack. The Oscar victor has starred in edgy films such as Scarface, Dog Day Afternoon, Cruising, and Angels in America.

Here it is: Al Pacino as Joe Paterno.

Paterno served as head coach of the Penn State football team from 1966 to 2011, when he was dismissed from the team in the fallout from the Sandusky scandal. He played Tony D'Amato in 1999's "Any Given Sunday".

Al Pacino Transforms Into Joe Paterno As Biopic Begins Production