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Al Pacino Says His First Oscar Nomination in 27 Years for The Irishman Feels 'Very Good'

Al Pacino Says His First Oscar Nomination in 27 Years for The Irishman Feels 'Very Good'

Al Pacino is basking in his Academy Award nomination for The Irishman.

The actor, 79, spoke to People about the honor on Tuesday while promoting his upcoming show Hunters at the Television Critics Association press tour.

This is Pacino’s first Oscar nomination since his 1993 win for Best Actor in Scent of a Woman. He was also up for a second nomination that year for Best Supporting Actor in Glengarry Glen Ross.

“The idea of it being the first [nomination] in a long time, well, that’s cool,” Pacino said. “But I guess, just getting an Oscar nomination, it’s just, how

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