Scarface: cult mafia film is being shot again


     The corona virus has slowed the production of numerous blockbusters. But even COVID-19 cannot stop the era of reboots. A new edition of the classic Scarface has been planned for a while. Now there is finally news about the film, because the project has made a big step forward.
    Scarface from 1983 is one of the absolute classics in film history. In the original, Al Pacino slips into the role of brutal Tony Montana. In addition to Pacino, we also see Stephen Bauer, Michelle Pfeiffer, Robert Loggia and Mary Elizabeth Mastrantonio. Scarface is still one of the most popular mafia films ever. Now the reboot seems to be taking big steps.
    In 2011 there were first plans to get Scarface back on the big screen. As reported, among other things, Deadline, the two directors Diego Luna and Antoine Fuqua worked on the project. In the meantime, however, the two have said goodbye to the blockbuster. The new edition is set to play in Los Angeles this time. In addition, however, little is known about the plot or the actors. The Scarface reboot is still in the initial phase and will probably be a while away.
    Filmmaker Luca Guadagnino will now shoot the film for Universal Pictures as a new director. Among other things, Guadagnino has already worked on the romantic drama Call Me By Your Name and is working on an adaptation of the novel The Lord of Flies. In addition, he also works for the HBO series We Are Who We Are, which will include stars such as Alice Braga and Kid Cudi. We will keep you up to date with further news. What do you think about the Scarface reboot?

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