It doesn't get more gangster than Al Pacino as Tony Montana in 1983's Scarface
. Brian De Palma
's game-changing film about one man's pursuit of wealth, power and Michelle Pfeiffer
in Miami in the early '80s during a mass exodus of Cubans is "a little friend" you'll want on Blu-ray on September 6. The film has been newly restored and will feature 7.1 channels of audio for the first time. The BD comes in SteelBook packaging with 10 art cards, a digital copy of the film as well as a DVD of the original 1932 Scarface
. Extras include the documentary "The Scarface
Phenomenon," deleted scenes, "The World of Tony Montana," several making-of featurettes and a hilarious montage of film clips comparing the theatrical version to the TV version.
A smokin' limited edition gift set will include a hand-crafted Scarface-themed humidor that will properly age and condition 100 cigars. Limited to 1,000 worldwide and priced at $999.99, each numbered humidor comes with custom medallions inspired by the film and a certificate of authenticity.
Want more Montana? Why not take part in designing artwork for Scarface's Blu-ray debut? Universal is having a contest in which fans design Scarface-inspired artwork using Tony Montana images from the film. Fans will vote on their favorite 10 submissions which will then be featured as exclusive art cards in the Scarface limited edition Blu-ray. The designer with the highest number of fan votes will become the grand prize winner, and will have his or her art featured on both the art card and on a billboard in a major U.S. city to promote the release. For more information on how to enter the fan art contest visit the Scarface page on Facebook.