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Pacino Movie ‘Scarface’ Set to Return to Theaters
LOS ANGELES (Reuters) – “Scarface,” starring Al Pacino as a Cuban immigrant who becomes a kingpin in the illicit drug trade, will return to movie theaters this month for a 20th anniversary run in a limited number of cities, Universal Pictures said on Tuesday.
The new release features prints that have been copied from restored film, as well as a new digital soundtrack to boost the audience experience. The film’s re-release comes in advance of a new DVD version of “Scarface,” and follows a recent trend in Hollywood of re-releasing movies to help promote DVD sales.
When the movie was first shown in theaters, it met with only mixed reviews. But it has since been discovered by young moviegoers and become something of a cult classic.
“‘Scarface’ has really stood the test of time,” said Jack Foley, president of distribution for Universal’s specialty film label Focus Features. “It’s remarkable to realize the depth of its impact.”
Foley said he believed film fans will turn out to see the movie in theaters because so many have seen it only on television or home video, whereas the theater version offers an entirely different movie experience.
“Scarface” will play in theaters in New York, Los Angeles, Boston, Chicago, Philadelphia, Washington, D.C., Detroit, Dallas, Miami and San Francisco.