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We reported that Universal had hired David Ayers to pen the screenplay for their upcoming remake of Scarface almost a year ago. Today they announced that they have brought on Quiz Show's Paul Attanasio to re-write the screenplay.
The original Scarface was directed by Howard Hawks and Richard Rosson, which centered on a gangster's journey to attain power and money. The film was remade in 1983 by Brian De Palma, which spawned the iconic character Tony Montana starring Al Pacino.
No production schedule has been released for this project.
Scarface comes to theaters in 2014. »
Screenwriter Frederica Sagor Dead at 111: Wrote Movies for Norma Shearer (photo), Clara Bow, Louise Brooks Now, whether Frederica Sagor's Hollywood Babylon-like tales bear any resemblance to what actually happened at studio parties and private soirees, I can't tell. But on the professional side, one problem with the information found in The Shocking Miss Pilgrim is that studios invariably used numerous writers, whether male or female, in their projects. Usually, in those pre-Writers Guild days, only two or three contributors received final credit, not because of the uncredited writer's gender but in large part because the final product oftentimes had little — if anything — in common with the original source. While doing research for my Ramon Novarro biography, I went through various drafts, written by various hands, of his movies. A Certain Young Man, for instance, went through so many changes (including director, cast, and title), that the final film »
- Andre Soares
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