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"Scarface" to Return to the Big Screen

The iconic (understatement) Al Pacino starred film, Scarface, is set to make a triumphant return to the big screen. And no — thank God it's not in the form of a crappy sequel (that's how they always ruin it). The legendary '80's flick will be featured at select theaters across the US, for one night only on August 31.

"Almost 30 years after its initial release, Scarface remains iconic and stirs passionate responses from audiences around the world," said Daniel Diamond, vice president of NCM Fathom. "Now, fans can experience Scarface like never before in theaters with spectacularly updated visual and sound quality, and never-before-seen elements in an historic, one-night event."?

Now I know what you're thinking. And yes, the movie will be polished up to the present's liking in bustling High Definition fashion (score).

Not only will viewers of the high-action gangster flick be able to witness the wonderment via giant size "TV," but the showing will also feature exclusive interviews with the cast and crew.

So to see if your geographical location made the cut for the special viewing, click here. And to purchase tickets, make your way, here.

Yeah, if you can help it, you don't want to miss this. Word to Tony Montana.

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