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Pacino in first Phil Spector trailer

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It was made back in 2011 but next month we finally get to see the much-anticipated TV movie that tells the story of the infamous Phil Spector trial.

Al Pacino stars as the music producer suspected of murder while his lawyer is played by Helen Mirren. In other words, there's going to be a hell of a lot of acting going on in this one.

The HBO movie explores the relationship between the two as he faces a life-sentence for murder in the second degree.

As you can see from the trailer below, Pacino gets to sport a whole variety of wigs while we also get to see him in his preferred acting state: shouting very loud.

Phil Spector premieres in the US in March with a UK date to follow

(Image: YouTube)

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