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Riley Keough & Al Pacino Continue Filming 'Happy Valley' in NYC

Riley Keough & Al Pacino Continue Filming 'Happy Valley' in NYC

Riley Keough and Al Pacino are back on the set of their upcoming flick Happy Valley!

The co-stars were spotting filming scenes for the HBO movie on Monday afternoon (July 24) in New York City.

Al is playing the role of disgraced Penn State football coach Joe Paterno in the film, which follows the scandal that erupted surrounding Jerry Sandusky.

Meanwhile, Riley is set to portray Sara Ganim, the journalist who broke the news of the scandal.

Joe died in January 2012, just months after he was fired from his job following the revelation that he covered up Jerry‘s sexual abuse crimes.

Happy Valley is expected to be released in 2018.

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  • John Wayne Smith

    I hear ya bro. It was a shock to me as well!
    I work at https://theautographbank.com and had the pleasure to meet Al Pacino.
    They were the nicest person iv ever met!
    They took the time to take pictures,sign autographs and were truly very nice and approachable.
    That is the reason I actually wanted to read this article!

  • melissa ferrell

    in case anyone was wondering, this movie is still untitled. happy valley (aside from penn state’s nickname) is the title of the 2014 documentary, and has never been even a possibility as a title for the HBO film.