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Scarface Reboot Roars Back to Life with Call Me by Your Name Director Luca Guadagnino is the latest director attached to the Scarface reboot, which has been talked about for years now.

Scarface Reboot Roars Back to Life with Call Me by Your Name Director Luca Guadagnino is the latest director attached to the Scarface reboot, which has been talked about for years now.

Universal Whelp, I had never seen a moderator during a post-movie Q&A be booed before, so that’s a new one. On Thursday night the Tribeca Film Festival hosted a retro screening at the Beacon Theater of Brian De Palma’s Scarface, the once-polarizing, now-classic 1983 film. Before we get to the fireworks, I will say it was really amazing to see this movie on the giant Beacon screen. Honestly, this is the first time I’ve even enjoyed Scarface.

Scarface Remake Loses Release Date; Equalizer Director Back In Talks Universal’s Scarface remake has unsurprisingly lost its Summer 2018 release date, but now has Antoine Fuqua back in talks to serve as its director. Fuqua was always passionate about this new planned iteration of the story about an American immigrant’s rise to power in the drug underworld, calling it “very timely” back in 2016.

David Ayer in Negotiations to Direct Scarface Remake Writer and director David Ayer knows how to make a certain type of gritty, street-level film, evident in his epic takes on war and crime in Fury and End of Watch. Ayer, who is a military veteran, understands the intense brotherhood that exists between Soldiers, cops, and criminals.

Scarface Director Shortlist Includes Hell or High Water Helmer Sometimes it seems like movie remakes are a newer phenomenon, but the truth is that remakes have existed for almost as long as movies have. Everyone knows the 1939 version of The Wizard of Oz for example, but that was preceded by three other films based on the same novel. There are numerous movies about Dracula, but the first was the silent film Nosferatu from 1922.

Scarface Director Shortlist Includes Hell or High Water Helmer Sometimes it seems like movie remakes are a newer phenomenon, but the truth is that remakes have existed for almost as long as movies have. Everyone knows the 1939 version of The Wizard of Oz for example, but that was preceded by three other films based on the same novel. There are numerous movies about Dracula, but the first was the silent film Nosferatu from 1922.

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