Francis Ford Coppola Tributes Pour in After Godfather Director, 84, Makes Official Announcement

Francis Ford Coppola, the famed director behind landmark films such as "The Godfather" series and "Apocalypse Now," has made an unexpected foray into the world of social media at the age of 84. 

In a recent announcement, he mused on the awareness of growing older and the special comfort that comes with it, similar to the treasured stories and adventures recounted by a beloved grandparent.

Coppola's decision to embrace social media is both a personal epiphany and a platform for sharing details about his future film, "Megalopolis." 

This film project has become his latest passion, and while he has nothing more to prove in his illustrious career, he does have many more stories to tell.

The cast of "Megalopolis" includes Adam Driver, Forest Whitaker, Nathalie Emmanuel, Jon Voight, Lawrence Fishburne, Aubrey Plaza, Shia LaBeouf,

Jason Schwartzman, Grace VanderWaal, Kathryn Hunter, Talia Shire, Dustin Hoffman, and D.B. Sweeney, among others.

In his entrance to social media, Coppola stressed his desire to provide his followers with a glimpse into his life and the path of making what he describes as the most exciting film of his career, using the account @Megalopolisfilm. 

"Megalopolis" is his most recent film, and it has received a lot of attention because of its ambitious nature and the impressive cast.

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