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Stone to Direct A Scarface Sequel? We Can't Wait for the Wardrobe.

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In a recent interview to promote Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps, director Oliver Stone joked around about possibly making "Son of Scarface," a sequel to Scarface, the 1983 hit film.

"It’s been great to go back with Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps,” he said. “I should go back and do Son of Scarface or something!”

While Stone was probably just making an offhand remark, fans of the gangster film genre are already foaming at the mouth speculating who will play the son of Tony Montana, portrayed in the 80s by Al Pacino.

Us, we're foaming at the eyeballs (or something equivalent), because Scarface featured one of the most iconic 80s wardrobes to grace the silver screen that decade—worn by Michelle Pfeiffer, no less. She plays a Miami cokehead druglord mistress in the movie.
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