The fan-made Scarface 2 movie trailer made everyone believe it is real!


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Thanks to advancements in AI technology and VFX effects, the fan-made movie trailer of Scarface 2 looked so real that many believed it was official. However, that is not the case!

Scarface 2 teaser trailer is fake, and there has been no official announcement about the sequel to the 1983 movie.

The video incorporated footage from the original 1983 movie with various digital effects, making it look like a real trailer.

That said, the video description clearly states that it is a concept trailer created for entertainment purposes. Despite that, many loyal Al Pacino fans who await the sequel movie fell for it.


IMDb Crime Drama

In 1980, Miami, a determined Cuban immigrant, takes over a drug cartel and succumbs to greed.

DirectorBrian De Palma
Release DateDecember 9, 1983
StudioUniversal Pictures
CastAl Pacino, Michelle Pfeiffer, Steven Bauer
WritersOliver Stone, Howard Hawks, Ben Hecht
Runtime2 hours 50 minutes

Unfortunately, there seem to be no plans for Scarface 2 as of now!

After the Scarface 2 trailer went viral online, it reignited the long-lost hope of fans who had been waiting for the sequel since 2001.

Back in the early 2000s, there was news of Scarface sequel plans in motion with original director Brian De Palma. However, it did not come out and remained as just a topic of interest without any implementation.

Moreover, rumors of a Scarface remake resurfaced in the 2010s, but the plan did not become real like before.

So, it makes sense that the fan-made teaser of Scarface 2 made many believe it was finally happening.

Also, the teaser itself was believable and executed smoothly with the use of AI alongside other digital modifications.

It begins with the recap of Al Pacino’s Tony Montana getting shot after his iconic dialogue, “Say hello to my little friend!”

He seemingly survived the fatal shot and returned to Miami to rebuild his drug empire. The trailer teased Al Pacino’s new survival with several violent firearm scenes.

While many argued about his resurrection, given Al Pacino’s demise in the original movie, many liked the idea of seeing the actor back on the big screen with his classic drug lord role. Interestingly, the concept trailer now has over 478k views within its 10 days of upload.

Regardless, there is no official announcement or plans for Scarface 2 as of now, despite having the fanbase that wants the sequel.

Additional Information

  • The 1983 movie ‘Scarface’ is a remake of the 1932 movie based on the novel ‘Scarface’ by Armitage Trail.
  • Despite the old age of 82, Al Pacino has not retired from acting.
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