The Scarface reboot, poised to be a contemporary take on the classic, suffers a blow with Luca Guadagnino‘s withdrawal as director. The latest in a string of difficulties, the decade-long effort to bring the Scarface reboot to fruition falters again with another key figure’s exit. First surfacing in 2011 at Universal, the Scarface reboot was set to revamp the tale of the notorious gangster immortalized by both Paul Muni in the 1932 classic and Al Pacino in the 1983 cult favorite. These two versions have embedded themselves in the fabric of crime cinema, creating a high bar for any contemporary adaptation.
Scarface reboot’s director walks away amid ongoing development turmoil. Read More