Say hello to Al Pacino's little friend one more time.
"Scarface" will mark its 35th anniversary by returning to select movie theaters nationwide on June 10. Among the cities that will be hosting big-screen showings: Chicago, Dallas, Los Angeles, New York and Philadelphia.
The announcement comes after last month's cast reunion at the Tribeca Film Festival in New York, where the 1983 gangster epic was celebrated at the Beacon Theater. Following the screening, there was a panel discussion with Pacino, who played Cuban drug lord Tony Montana, co-stars Michelle Pfeiffer and Steven Bauer and director Brian DePalma.
That chat, which made headlines when the moderator asked Pfeiffer an awkward question about her weight, will be shown after "Scarface" at the June 10 screenings.
The anniversary event is sponsored by Universal Pictures, the studio that is working on a remake to be directed by Antoine Fuqua ("Training Day").