HBO‘s Phil Spector has its first full trailer (replete with some pretty fabulous wigs). Al Pacino plays the music producer who was convicted of second-degree murder in the 2003 death of actress Lana Clarkson. Helen Mirren is defense attorney Linda Kenney Baden who represented Spector during his first trial. David Mamet wrote and directed the biopic that centers on the relationship beween Spector and Baden. Barry Levinson exec produced and HBO will air the movie on March 24 at 9 PM.
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