Director Luca Guadagnino becomes director of another Scarface reboot. However, there is still no date for the theatrical release. The Universal Studios have not revealed any details about the cast either. The original from 1932 was re-filmed in 1983 with Al Pacino and Michelle Pfeiffer. Nothing should change at the core of the story in the new edition either.
Universal Pictures will work with director Luca Guadagnino on a Scarface reboot. The original from 1932 has already been filmed several times – most recently in the classic from 1983 with Al Pacino and Michelle Pfeiffer in the leading roles. Most recently, Luca Guadagnino was responsible for Call Me by Your Name. He is currently producing the mini series We Are Who We Are with HBO. For Call Me by Your Name, Luca Guadagnino was also nominated for an Oscar.
The upcoming remake of Scarface will also tell the core story of the other two films. The filming will take place in Los Angeles. Already in 2017 there were rumors about a remake of Scarface. Back then, David Ayer (Suicide Squad) was supposed to be the director. Now Luca Guadagnino will sit in the director's chair. The people in charge of Universal Pictures have not yet released a theatrical release. Details about the cast of the remake have not yet been released. But we will keep you up to date here.
In 2006, Scarface: The World is Yours was also a classic video game. The unabridged version of the title was even indexed and confiscated nationwide. For this reason, a disarmed version of the game from 18 years of age was released in stores. In our test at the time, we took a look at Scarface: The World is Yours.
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