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Entertainment Luca Guadagnino teases 'amazing' new Scarface project

13:25  02 october  2020
13:25  02 october  2020 Source:   msn.com

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Director Luca Guadagnino has added yet another project to his packed slate of upcoming films and television. According to Variety, the Academy

Luca Guadagnino has been tapped to direct a new reboot of Scarface , as Variety reports. The director of Call Me by Your Name and Suspiria will be The most widely-known and referenced version of Scarface is the 1983 version, directed by Brian De Palma and starring Al Pacino in the iconic role of


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Luca Guadagnino has teased that his 'Scarface' movie is an "amazing project".

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Oscar-nominated filmmaker Luca Guadagnino makes his first major leap into episodic television this September with the release of HBO’s “We Are Who We Are,” an eight-episode series starring Jack Dylan Grazer and Jordan Kristine Seamón as American kids growing up on an Italian military base

Director Luca Guadagnino has added yet another project to his packed slate of upcoming films and television. According to Variety, the Academy The mythic crime story of Scarface has been told many a time in cinema, from the 1932 Howard Hawks original starring Paul Muni, to Brian De Palma’s

Luca Guadagnino standing in front of a sign © Bang Showbiz Luca Guadagnino

The 49-year-old director is to helm a new take on the iconic crime movie and has now hinted that it could be his next film.

When asked if the 'Scarface' adaptation would be his next flick, Luca replied: "I think the project is amazing. I have a great producer in Dylan Clark and a great studio in Universal, so if the gods of cinema want that, I'm in."

Luca also praised the quality of the screenplay, which has been written by the Coen brothers.

He said: "It's a great script. We're working on that, yes."

Guadagnino's movie will be the third time 'Scarface' has hit the big screen after the 1932 original and the famous 1983 remake, which starred Al Pacino as Miami-based Cuban drug lord Tony Montana and he insists it will be a "worthy reflection" on the character and the time we live in now.

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Call Me By Your Name director Luca Guadagnino is to take on the long-gestating new version of classic gangster film Scarface . According to Variety

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The filmmaker explained: "The first 'Scarface' from Howard Hawkes was all about the prohibition era. Fifty years later, Oliver Stone and Brian De Palma make their version, which is so different from the Hawkes film. Both can stand on the shelf as two wonderful pieces of sculpture.

"Hopefully ours, forty-plus years later, will be another worthy reflection on a character who is a paradigm for our own compulsions for excess and ambition. I think my version will be very timely."

Luca also addressed the possibility of a sequel to coming-of-age romance 'Call Me by Your Name' and admits he would be keen to revisit the project - which starred Armie Hammer and Timothee Chalamet - in the future, citing the example of French director Francois Truffaut and his character Antoine Doinel.

When asked about a sequel, he explained to Collider: "I wouldn't call it sequel. I would call it a chapter in the chronicles. It's like Antoine Donel and (director) Francois Truffaut, who revisited a character he loved throughout his entire life. I'd love to do that. Let's see."

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