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Matthew Goode, Giovanni Ribisi, Colin Hanks and Dan Fogler join ‘The Offer’

Matthew Goode (‘The Discovery of the Witches’), Giovanni Ribisi (‘Sneaky Pete’), Colin Hanks (‘Fargo’) and Dan Fogler (‘The Walking Dead’) have joined the cast of ‘The Offer’, Paramount + miniseries that over 10 episodes tell us the story of how it was made ‘The Godfather‘from the point of view of Canadian producer Al Ruddy.
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The Offer - Giovanni Ribisi, Colin Hanks and Dan Fogler Join Cast

Giovanni Ribisi (Sneaky Pete), Colin Hanks (Fargo) and Dan Fogler (Fantastic Beasts franchise) will join Miles Teller and Matthew Goode in Paramount+’s upcoming limited series The Offer. Ribisi will play crime boss Joe Colombo. Hanks is Barry Lapidus. Fogler plays Francis Ford Coppola.
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The Offer: Dan Fogler Cast as Francis Ford Coppola in Paramount+ Series

Following the recent casting of Emmy nominee Matthew Goode as Robert Evans, Paramount+ continues to shape up the cast of their newest limited series The Offer with the addition of three new cast members, who will be joining lead star Miles Teller. According to Deadline, Fantastic Beasts actor Dan Fogler has officially been tapped to portray the role of acclaimed filmmaker Francis Ford Coppola in the streamer’s upcoming scripted series about the making of 1972’s The Godfather. Coppola directed The Godfather trilogy from the screenplay he co-adapted with Mario Puzo. In addition to Fogler, Giovanni Ribisi (Sneaky Pete) and Colin Hanks (Fargo) have also been cast for the roles of crime boss Joe Colombo and Barry Lapidus, respectively.
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‘The Offer’: Giovanni Ribisi, Colin Hanks & Dan Fogler Join Paramount+ Limited Series About the Making Of ‘The Godfather’

Giovanni Ribisi (Sneaky Pete), Colin Hanks (Fargo) and Dan Fogler (Fantastic Beasts franchise) will join Miles Teller and Matthew Goode in Paramount+’s upcoming limited series The Offer. The Offer is based on two-time Oscar-winning producer Al Ruddy’s experience of making the iconic 1972 film The Godfather that Francis Coppola directed...
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Dan Fogler to Play Francis Ford Coppola in TV Series About the Making of 'The Godfather'

Tony Award winner Dan Fogler is set to play The Godfather director Francis Ford Coppola in Paramount's limited series The Offer, which chronicles the making of the studio's 1972 classic. Meanwhile, Giovanni Ribisi has been cast as infamous crime boss Joe Colombo, while Colin Hanks will play Barry Lapidus, a Gulf & Western executive with a lot of power over the studio.
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Paramount+'s making of The Godfather series adds Giovanni Ribisi and Colin Hanks, plus Dan Fogler as Francis Ford Coppola

They'll co-star on Paramount+'s The Offer opposite Miles Teller and Matthew Goode. Ribisi will play mob boss Joe Colombo, who originally opposed The Godfather before producer Al Ruddy secured his support. Hanks will play Barry Lapidus, an executive at Gulf & Western, the company that owned Paramount Pictures at the time. Lapidus had a lot of power over Paramount. Fogler will play the legendary The Godfather director Coppola.
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Dan Fogler weight: loss success story | Unveiling journey of Fogler from FAT TO FIT!!!! Personal Life | Career | Family

Dan Fogler weight: no-Mag status of Jacob Kowalski in the globally acknowledged movie name Fantastic Beasts and the character portrayed by the actor Dan Fogler makes it the most peculiar character of the franchise. However, he may grab the attention of the most renowned and legendary series of mystery Harry Potter spinoff, making its fans eyeballs spinoff my his startling makeover when the third installment of the Fantastic Beasts will hit big screen of theatres, because the actor who portrayed him, Mr. Dan Fogler has slashed out extra pounds from his body over the past few years. Actually, between the first installment of the fantastic Beast and the second one Fantastic Bests: The Crimes of Grindelwald, Dan Fogler started shedding of his extra ponds which all in all accumulated to be 100 pounds that he has lost. how much is Dan Fogler weight?
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WATCH: Fantastic Beasts’ Dan Fogler Belts a Burger Ballad in Big City Greens Clip and Sequel Bits: 'The Nightmare Before Christmas 2', 'Fantastic Beasts 3', 'Downton Abbey 2', 'Peter Rabbit 2', and More

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Watch Dan Fogler, Bob Odenkirk, Georges St-Pierre and More at Fogler’s Fiction Fest

Dan Fogler is putting out two comics series (Fishkill, Brooklyn Gladiator) and an anthology book (Moon Lake) and we’re all stuck inside during a pandemic without end. What are you gonna do? Well, Fogler took a cue from Blanche, Dorothy and Rose — he threw a party and invited (seemingly) everyone he knew. The two-day virtual summit was called Fogler’s Fiction Fest, and its cast of dozens included his buddies from films (Fantastic Beasts, Balls of Fury, Fanboys) and TV series (The Walking Dead) as well as comics pros, an MMA fighter, a fitness expert, and Bob Odenkirk.
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Dan Fogler and other actors who deserve a break... again

According to Variety, the Sam Kinison biopic Brother Sam is a go at HBO, and Tony winner Dan Fogler (The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee) is set to star. Watch Fogler’s (alleged) screen test below, which includes my favorite Kinison bit (“Maybe there wouldn’t be world hunger if you’d just live where THE F—IN’ FOOD IS!”), and join me in celebrating the fact that Balls of Fury did not kill his career. (For the record, unlike Owen Gleiberman, I wouldn’t have given that film an F.)