"He loves it. In other words, he has no qualms. He'll say, 'All right, I'm going to go to Broadway and do this play on Broadway. Then I'll do this little movie over here, and I'll do this thing on HBO here.' If he can find a character he wants to play, he's going to play that character. And he's as enthusiastic as somebody just starting out. He's never like, 'OK, let's just finish this thing and go home.' He'll play with things and play with things until he makes it work," says Levinson, whose work with Pacino goes back to the feature films "Donnie Brasco" in 1997 and the Baltimore-made "… And Justice For All" in 1979.