The Godfather, Part IV: Andy Garcia talked with The Calgary Sun about a possibile fourth 'Godfather' flick which he wanted to do but Paramount declined the offer - "The irony and fascination for me is that with all the movies Paramount takes risks on each year they have this franchise people are desperate to see and they won't green-light it". Has he heard anything from Coppola about it? "There was a moment where Francis did want to have Mario [Puzo] write a script. I knew that Francis had this story that him and Mario had worked out, to do a parallel story of a piece of the book that has never been told, which is the 30s. In the 30s, Sonny Corleone, who was always Mario’s favorite character, would basically be Leo [DiCaprio] in his 20s, or you know, Leo could play him. And, then he would do a parallel story of my character [Sonny Corleone’s son] in the future, you know, running amok…Anyway it accelerated, and all of the sudden it was like, this would be a very interesting movie. Because, Robert DeNiro could play the Godfather, and Leo DiCaprio could play Sonny, and you could get a couple of younger people to play Michael and Fredo and Tom. So on one side of the movie, you would have the demographic that you would be looking for, you know the young kids, and then on the other side…you can actually bring Al [Pacino] back, because he died a very old guy. But Mario [Puzo] passed away…after that, I have never really heard anything more about it. I have asked Francis about it, and his attitude is, “Yeah, I can do it,” but you know, they have to hire me, I can’t hire them".