(Lewis Panther’s article appeared in the Mirror, 10/18; via the Drudge Report.)
He was one of the greatest Hollywood stars of all time – but now he is set to star in an explosive movie that will blow his own legendary image apart.
From the brooding heartthrob of post-war classics like On The Waterfront, The Wild One and A Streetcar Named Desire, to the sinister mafia boss in The Godfather, Marlon Brando held cinema audiences spellbound across generations.
This week, 11 years after his death, the Oscar winner will be back on screens again – only this time portraying himself in an autobiography from beyond the grave.
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