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Jared Leto says that he wants to work with Al Pacino on a potential prequel to House Of Gucci

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Jared Leto expressed his interest in filming a House Of Gucci prequel during an episode of SiriusXM’s The Jess Cagle Show.

The 50-year-old performer discussed several topics related to the crime drama feature during the sit-down, and expressed that he wanted costar Al Pacino to return for the potential project.

House Of Gucci premiered in London last November, and the historically-based film has since received primarily mixed reviews from critics.

Looking to the future: Jared Leto expressed his interest in filming a House Of Gucci prequel during an episode of SiriusXM's The Jess Cagle Show

Looking to the future: Jared Leto expressed his interest in filming a House Of Gucci prequel during an episode of SiriusXM's The Jess Cagle Show

Looking to the future: Jared Leto expressed his interest in filming a House Of Gucci prequel during an episode of SiriusXM’s The Jess Cagle Show 

During the interview, Leto spoke highly of his 81-year-old costar, whom he described as ‘one of my heroes [and an] absolutely just amazing human being.’

He went on to speak about trying to get the actor’s attention on set, and he noted that Pacino initially ‘thought I was just kind of an Italian weirdo that was coming, trying to talk to him or get his autograph or something.

The Fight Club actor then recalled that the Donnie Brasco actor, who played Aldo Gucci, eventually recognized who he was and praised him in front of the rest of the film’s crew. 

‘It gave me the faith that, you know, if Al can believe in this guy, then we all can. And it was a boost of confidence early on, and I really just adored working with him,’ he said. 

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Major praise: During the interview, Leto spoke highly of his 81-year-old costar, whom he described as 'one of my heroes [and an] absolutely just amazing human being'

Major praise: During the interview, Leto spoke highly of his 81-year-old costar, whom he described as 'one of my heroes [and an] absolutely just amazing human being'

Major praise: During the interview, Leto spoke highly of his 81-year-old costar, whom he described as ‘one of my heroes [and an] absolutely just amazing human being’

Fond memories: He went on to speak about trying to get the actor's attention on set, and he noted that Pacino initially 'thought I was just kind of an Italian weirdo that was coming, trying to talk to him or get his autograph or something'

Fond memories: He went on to speak about trying to get the actor's attention on set, and he noted that Pacino initially 'thought I was just kind of an Italian weirdo that was coming, trying to talk to him or get his autograph or something'

Fond memories: He went on to speak about trying to get the actor’s attention on set, and he noted that Pacino initially ‘thought I was just kind of an Italian weirdo that was coming, trying to talk to him or get his autograph or something’

Leto, who played Paolo Gucci in the feature, then noted that he wanted to film another feature with Pacino that would be solely focused on the relationship between their characters.

‘I’d love to do a prequel to the House Of Gucci. Just The Two Of Us we could call it. Yeah, just the two of us,’ he said. 

The Requiem For A Dream actor further praised his costar’s acting skills and ability to connect with the other cast members. 

He described Pacino as ‘what you hope to be when you get to that place and that position and in terms of just his openness and his kindness and his willingness to do another take and to dig a little deeper and to talk about the scene.’

Plans: Leto, who played Paolo Gucci in the feature, then noted that he wanted to film another feature with Pacino that would be solely focused on the relationship between their characters

Plans: Leto, who played Paolo Gucci in the feature, then noted that he wanted to film another feature with Pacino that would be solely focused on the relationship between their characters

Plans: Leto, who played Paolo Gucci in the feature, then noted that he wanted to film another feature with Pacino that would be solely focused on the relationship between their characters

In awe: The Requiem For A Dream actor further praised his costar's acting skills and ability to connect with the other cast members

In awe: The Requiem For A Dream actor further praised his costar's acting skills and ability to connect with the other cast members

In awe: The Requiem For A Dream actor further praised his costar’s acting skills and ability to connect with the other cast members

Leto added that he ‘was in heaven with him and with Ridley [Scott]’ during the production of the feature.

House Of Gucci was based on Sara Gay Forden’s 2001 book he House of Gucci: A Sensational Story of Murder, Madness, Glamour, and Greed.

The movie was centered on the story of Patrizia Reggiani, who became famous for hiring a hitman to murder her husband and former head of the Gucci fashion house, Maurizio Gucci.

Source material: House Of Gucci was based on Sara Gay Forden's 2001 book he House of Gucci: A Sensational Story of Murder, Madness, Glamour, and Greed

Source material: House Of Gucci was based on Sara Gay Forden's 2001 book he House of Gucci: A Sensational Story of Murder, Madness, Glamour, and Greed

Source material: House Of Gucci was based on Sara Gay Forden’s 2001 book he House of Gucci: A Sensational Story of Murder, Madness, Glamour, and Greed

Also appearing in the star-studded film were performers such as Adam Driver, Lady Gaga and Jeremy Irons, among numerous others.

House Of Gucci previously had its world premiere in London on November 9th, and it was later released theatrically in the United States on November 24th.

The feature currently holds a 63% rating on Rotten Tomatoes, although the site reported that 83% of audiences enjoyed the film.

Many reviewers criticized the uneven tone of the movie, although the performances of its principal cast were singled out for praise. 

Mixed response: The feature currently holds a 63% rating on Rotten Tomatoes , although the site reported that 83% of audiences enjoyed the film

Mixed response: The feature currently holds a 63% rating on Rotten Tomatoes , although the site reported that 83% of audiences enjoyed the film

Mixed response: The feature currently holds a 63% rating on Rotten Tomatoes , although the site reported that 83% of audiences enjoyed the film

Source: Daily Mail

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