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Twitter gives classic movies new energy with #MakeAMovieCaffeinated

Caffeine is always good for a nice pick-me-up, and apparently that’s no exception when it comes to movies.

On Thursday, Twitter users combined their love of caffeine and movies to produce new titles for a wide-ranging number of films. #MakeAMovieCaffeinated was trending as Academy Award-winning films such as No Country for Old Men and Raging Bull received a jolt of caffeine.

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Revelations from the Heat reunion, featuring Al Pacino and Robert De Niro

It has been almost 21 years since the release of Heat, and Michael Mann’s crime epic is now widely recognized as a classic of the genre. The central icon duel between Al Pacino and Robert De Niro is one of the great antagonist pairings in the history of movie stardom. And the film’s stylistic influence remains a powerful presence in cinema, television, and video games; Mann’s unique ability to blend research-heavy texture with larger-than-life melodrama has inspired many homages and imitators.

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Al Pacino and Anthony Hopkins go head to head in the Misconduct trailer

“It’s better to go too far than not far enough.”

In the first trailer for Misconduct, which debuted on USA Today’s site, pretty much everyone is going too far. Josh Duhamel takes the lead as a lawyer determined to take down Anthony Hopkins’ billionaire pharmaceuticals titan who manipulated drug trials. Al Pacino plays Duhamel’s boss, a senior partner at the law firm.

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Ask the Critic: Pacino or De Niro? Which actor 'wins' Heat?

Welcome back to the latest installment of EW’s Ask the Critic column. This time around, you wanted to know who gave the greatest child performances of all time, what some classic films would look like with a little gender-swapping, and who was better in Michael Mann’s Heat: Robert De Niro or Al Pacino. So let’s get to it…

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Robert De Niro talks Scorsese, Pacino, and Pesci project on The Tonight Show

Martin Scorsese’s The Irishman has been in the works for years, and while Al Pacino and Robert De Niro have both said in the past that they’re involved, it’s been ages since any additional news about the project has come out. But on Tuesday’s episode of The Tonight Show, host Jimmy Fallon asked De Niro about the Irishman rumors — and the actor said it’s still happening.

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Al Pacino tries to unlock the past in new Manglehorn trailer

Al Pacino is taking it down a notch. The acting legend has been prone to Hoo-aaaah-ing his way through some roles ever since he won his long-overdue Oscar for Scent of a Woman. (See: The Devil’s Advocate.) But in the festival indie, Manglehorn, he plays a surly but subdued locksmith who still carries the heartbreak of losing the love of his life decades previous.

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