Scarface is considered one of the most iconic crime films of all time. It only makes sense that Hollywood want to remake it (again)! The film shows the struggle of an immigrant trying to make a name for himself in the land of the free, America. He quickly realizes he can truly succeed by climbing the ladder of crime and other dangers and problems arise the more powerful he becomes.
The movie recently lost its director, Antoine Fuqa, and while the studio searches for a new director, they decided to tidy up the script. Universal brought in The Coen Brothers to "polish" the script with their oh-so-excellent touch. The Coen Brothers are known for films such as The Big Lebowski, Fargo, No Country For Old Men, and many other classics.
The two have come in to help polish scripts before for movies like Steven Spielberg's Bridge of Spies.
Rogue One: A Star Wars Story's Diego Luna is set to fill the shoes of the iconic drug lord.