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Antoine Fuqua Is the Latest Director in Talks for That Long-Planned Scarface Reboot
By Jordan Crucchiola
Jay Z, Miguel, Ariana Grande, Swizz Beatz, and More Release Anti-Violence Protest Songs
The tracks are in response to the deadly shootings of Alton Sterling, Philando Castile, and police officers in Dallas.
By Tolly Wright and Dee Lockett
What’s New on Netflix: March 2016
House of Cards! Daredevil! Scarface!
By Jackson McHenry
Geto Boys, Like Every Other ’90s Group, Are Crowdfunding Their First Album in 10 Years
You could get a coffin in return.
By Dee Lockett
No Director Might Helm Scarface Reboot
Which is to say, a director.
By Halle Kiefer
Who Said It: Tony Montana in Scarface, or Walter White on Breaking Bad?
Say hello to my little friend. His name is Jesse Pinkman.
By Margaret Lyons
Harry Potter Director David Yates Circling Scarface
By Margaret Lyons
Can Scarface Get You Laid?
IRL? Not so cute.
By Eliot Glazer
Watch the Many Ways Movie and TV Characters Dramatically Quit Their Jobs
"Frankly, I'd rather have a job wiping Saddam Hussein's ass."
By Sarah Frank
Al Pacino Credits Rappers with Scarface's Enduring Popularity
Where would Tony Montana be without hip-hop?
By Caroline Bankoff
This Is What Happens When You Try to Edit Oliver Stone
"I wrote 'Scarface'."
By Diana Scholl
Was Kiddie Scarface Just Viral Marketing for Bartonville School’s Upcoming Production of Anne Frank?
By Lane Brown
See Children Reenact Scarface
With popcorn in lieu of cocaine.
By Edith Zimmerman
The Ten Greatest Hit Jobs in Movie History
Something about a guy killing another guy at the behest of another guy sets filmmakers' imaginations racing in a way that few other narrative devices can.
By Bilge Ebiri
Clint Eastwood Hated Your High-School Production of Drood
Plus: 50 Cent overcomes his addictions.
By Stan Park
Culture Critic Ken Tucker on the Enduring, Inexplicable Influence of ‘Scarface’
We talk to critic Ken Tucker about the 'great shallow masterpiece' 'Scarface' — and why Brian De Palma won't allow a new hip-hop soundtrack.
By Boris Kachka