Fanattik brings iconic movie Scarface into growing licensing portfolio

It’s a film made iconic for its pedigree of acting, iconic scenes and of course, its most quotable dialogue, and now the tale of Tony Montana is making its way into the pop culture aisles, thanks to the efforts of the film buffs at Fanattik.

The firm has now added the iconic Scarface to its portfolio of titles and promises that a gift range will be available from Q3 this year, spanning all points between £6 to £20.

The 1983 American crime film was written by Oliver Stone, and tells the story of the Cuban refugee Tony Montana (played exquisitely by Al Pacino) who arrives in 1980s Miami with nothing, and rises to become a powerful drug kingpin.

The film hits a visual crescendo with the now iconic staircase scene, having already witnessed Montana bury his head into a mountain of mysterious powder. The movie’s highly reference-able moments will no doubt play a major role in Fanattik’s upcoming licensed product roster.

“Quotes from the film have become part of pop culture. This is an iconic film and with the image rights to Al Pacino included, it was a license we couldn’t ignore,” said Anthony Marks, MD, Fanattik.

The gift range will be available for delivery Q3 2019 with retail price points ranging from £6 to £20.

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