‘The Godfather‘ is one of theThe most beloved piece of cinema ever created. TheFilm is based on author Mario Puzo’s best-selling novel of theSame name, and theStory of the CorleoneFamily has become a part of our lives. theMany cinephiles will be captivated by this film. ‘The Offer’ is a dramatic retelling of theMaking of the seminal gangster film directed by Francis Ford Coppola.
The series finale depicts Puzo’s star is on the rise in Hollywood after his work on ‘The Godfather’ earns him critical acclaim. A scene is mentioned PuzoWrite a story based upon theDC: The iconic Comics superhero Superman for Warner Bros in exchange forIt is a huge fee. ThereforeViewers must be curious to find out if they are correct. PuzoActually, wrote the film ‘Superman’ and how much money did he make forHis contributions. IfThese are just a few of the many questions you may have. Here is the answer! SPOILERS BEFORE!
Did Mario Puzo Write the Story for Superman?
BornOn October 15, 1920, Mario Francis PuzoIs best remembered for his work on ‘The Godfather’ and its sequels directed by Francis Ford Coppola. Puzoa life-long resident of New York City, published his first book in 1955, titled ‘The Dark Arena.’ Over theIn the next few years PuzoPublished three more novels with moderate success commercially as well as critically. In 1969, Puzo published ‘The Godfather,’ which became a best-selling novel and earned the author fame. PuzoHe was hired to co-write the screenplay for his book’s film adaptation and won an Academy Award for the same.
ThusIt is safe to say that during the 1970s, PuzoIt was one of theThe most in-demand authors in Hollywood. At theA live-action adaptation of the film was also made. the DC Comics superhero SupermanIt was under development. InitiallyWriter Alfred BesterHe was hired to write a treatment for the movie. However, Besterwas replaced by Puzo due to ‘The Godfather’ writer’s high pedigree. Puzo indeed worked on ‘Superman’ directed by Richard Donner, released in 1978, and its sequel ‘Superman II,’ directed by Richard LesterThe 1980 release of the book, titled “The Secret Life of the American Woman” PuzoA screenplay and story credit were given to me forBoth films. HoweverHis original scripts were reportedly extensively rewritten in the hands of other writers.
How Much Was Mario Puzo Paid for Superman?
In the tenth episode of ‘The Offer,’ titled ‘Brains Balls,’ the premiere of ‘The Godfather’ reunites Mario Puzo, Francis Ford Coppola, Al Ruddy, Robert EvansOn theRed carpet DuringTheir brief conversation was brief. PuzoThis is what it reveals RuddyHe was hired by Warner BrosTo write down a treatment forAn adaptation of Superman. PuzoStates that the studio paid him $1 million forA one-page script treatment for theFilm suggestion.
In reality, PuzoTwo years later, he was hired. the release of ‘The Godfather’ sometime around 1974. PuzoDelivered a roughly 500-page script for the prospective ‘Superman’ film, split into two materialized films. HoweverIn reality, Puzo’s salary for his work on ‘Superman’ and its sequel was reportedly $600,000. TheIt is significantly less than what theSeries states However, theSum is still astronomical forA writer in Hollywoodat the time. TheExaggeration of Puzo’s earnings in ‘The Offer’ only helps convey the writer’s demand in Hollywood after the success of ‘The Godfather.’
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