They've Found A Director For The Completely Unnecessary Scarface Reboot

​Guys, there's already two of them

As we all know, the world does not need another Scarface. There are already two of them, and they're both really, really, very good.

But nothing is sacred in Hollywood, so needless to say Universal are on the hunt for a director who can take hold of a reboot.

And rumour has it that they've found their man – in the form of Antoine Fuqua.

He's best know for his work on Training Day, in which he collaborated with Suicide Squad director David Ayers.  

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So at least it's safe pair of hands – and in any case, it's not been announced, so there's no point getting too furious just yet.

We'll be able to take a closer look at his work with The Magnificent Seven, which is out on 23 September.

What do you think?

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