Al Pacino may no longer be seeing the same kinds of opportunities as an actor that he once did, but over the past decade or so it is a pair of HBO movies that have featured some of his most noteworthy performances. After portraying Jack Kevorkian and Phil Spector on screen, this year Pacino is reteaming with You Don’t Know Jack director Barry Levinson for a drama centering on Penn State head coach Joe Paterno. Recognized as the most successful coach in NCAA history, his legacy was called into question after he was fired in the aftermath of the Jerry Sandusky sex abuse scandal. The movie takes place primarily over that two week period and it attempts to keep a balanced view, leaving Paterno’s culpability for the viewer to decide. Paterno co-stars Riley Keough, Kathy Baker, Greg Grunberg, Larry Mitchell and Annie Parisse and it is expected to premiere on HBO this spring. Check out the first teaser trailer after the jump and let us know what you think.