‘Scarface’ Remake Will Hit Theatres 2018 | Film News
Universal Pictures announced earlier today that a remake of the classic 1983 crime film, Scarface, will be in theatres August 10, 2018.
The remake will follow the basic structure of the original Al Pacino film, but tweak a few details. You won’t be following a Cuban immigrant in Miami, but a Mexican immigrant in Los Angeles.
Boardwalk Empire creator, Terence Winter, previously worked on the script, but the job has now passed to Joel and Ethan Coen. Martin Bergman, producer of the original Scarface film, will join Marc Schmuger, Scott Stuber and Dylan Clark in producing the remake film.
Antoine Fuqua originally joined the project as director, but left due to prior obligations. A replacement has yet to be announced by Universal.
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