The Godfather returns to theaters in a “remastered” version for its 50th anniversary

U.S.- The Godfather, the 1972 American title embodying the novel of the same name by the Italian-American writer mario puzzo that about the crimes and mysteries of the sicilian mafia returns to the big screen to celebrate its 50th anniversary.

This remastered version will be released in theaters from February 25 in select theaters and on March 22 will be available in version 4K Ultra HD Blu-Raysas reported Paramount Pictures.

According to reports, the frenetic trilogy directed by Francis Ford Coppola The Godfather will be shown in its new version after a meticulous restoration that lasted three years. During this time, the project managers reviewed more than 300 boxes of film reds to find the best resolution for each of the three film frames.

“With this 50th anniversary tribute, I’m especially pleased that The Godfather Coda: The Death of Michael Corleone has been included as it captures the original vision Mario and I had for the ultimate conclusion to our epic trilogy…It’s been all It is a privilege to restore these films, in a task that filled us with admiration every day we dedicated to the process,” he said. Andrea Kalas, Senior Vice President of Paramount Archives.

The Godfather, the iconic film that broadly illustrates the doings of the mafia, not only became a classic film and a box office success, because in addition to them, it achieved 11 Oscar nominations, of which it won 3 categories. The awards were received by the Canadian producer, Albert S. Ruddy for Best Film; Marlon Brando, Best Actor; Francis Ford Coppola and Mario Puzi, Best Adapted Screenplay.