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Scarface Is Being Remade, Will Be Set In LA

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Scarface, one of the manliest movies ever made, is getting a remake that will be set in modern day Los Angeles.

The 80’s classic, which itself was a remake of an earlier movie, told the story of gangster Tony Montana (Al Pacino), a Cuban refugee who arrives in 1980s Miami with nothing but works his way up to become a powerful drug kingpin. It is often cited as one of the top 10 gangster films and cult classics of all time.

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To ensure that the new Scarface has the grit and edge viewers expect, it will be partly helmed by Straight-Outta-Compton director Jonathan Herman, with critically-acclaimed Pablo Larrain from Chile serving as the main director.

The film will have an immigrant as the protagonist and follows a similar rise-to-power storyline as its predecessors. A release date has yet to be announced.

via Hollywood Reporter

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