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Al Pacino Announces Memoir Sonny Boy


Al Pacino has announced a new memoir titled Sonny Boy.

Due on October 8th via Penguin Press (pre-order here), Sonny Boy will see Pacino reminisce on the breadth of his life’s experiences, touching on “all of his great roles, his essential collaborations, and his important relationships,” according to its publisher.

Speaking to People, Pacino said: “I wrote Sonny Boy to express what I’ve seen and been through in my life. It has been an incredibly personal and revealing experience to reflect on this journey and what acting has allowed me to do and the worlds it has opened up… My whole life has been a moonshot, and I’ve been a pretty lucky guy so far.”

Upon its release in October, Sonny Boy will be available in hardcover, paperback, ebook, and audiobook formats. Pacino will narrate the audiobook himself. Pre-orders are ongoing.

On Sunday, Pacino presented the award for Best Picture to Oppenheimer at the 2024 Oscars with what Consequence’s Liz Shannon Miller described in our daily newsletter as “all the drama of a sleepy kitten.” Later, Pacino clarified that it was “a choice by the producers” for him to keep the presentation brief, saying in a statement that he “was honored to be a part of the evening and chose to follow the way they wished for this award to be presented.”

Pacino began his career in the late ‘60s and rose to stardom with classic films like 1972’s The Godfather, 1973’s Serpico, 1983’s Scarface, and many more. Last year, at the age of 83, he and his girlfriend Noor Alfallah welcomed a son, who will soon be having playdates with Robert Di Nero’s kids.

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