A third movie in the 'Scarface' gangster series is being developed by Universal Pictures.
A new 'Scarface' movie is being developed.
Universal Pictures has been meeting with writers to prepare a script for the project, first released in 1932 before the 1983 version starring Al Pacino as gangster Tony Montana, a Cuban man who takes over the drugs trade in Miami.
The film will not be a remake or a sequel, but will maintain some of the elements made popular in the first two, included an immigrant seeking a twisted version of the American dream.
Specifics about where the lead character will come from - or who plays him - are not yet known.
Marc Shmuger and Martin Bregman will produce the project, Deadline.com reports.
The 1983 version of 'Scarface' - which also starred Michelle Pfeiffer and Steven Bauer and was directed by Brian De Palma - made $65 million worldwide upon its release, and has since sold 10 million DVD copies.
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