Al Pacino looked ageless at a Scarface party in Los Angeles on Tuesday night.
The 71-year-old actor, who played the legendary Tony Montana in the 1983 classic, was slick in a headscarf, sunglasses and an all-black outfit, complete with beaded necklace.
Fellow cast members, including Steven Bauer, F. Murray Abraham. Robert Loggia and Angel Salazar all came out to support the release of the limited Blu-ray edition of Scarface. Producer Martin Bregman also showed up for the festivities, which included an intimate Q&A session. Michelle Pfeiffer, who played Elvie Montana, was not at the event.
Sitting in a familiar-looking Scarface throne chair, Pacino talked about the film's legacy. Released in December 1983, Scarface grossed more than $65 million at the box office worldwide.
At that time, there was this whole thing about greed, which was Wall Street and everything, and I think that's part of it. A great character too, Tony Montana - a person who dares to do anything, who flies like a Phoenix, like Icarus, close to the sun, said Pacino.
In February, Pacino wrapped a Broadway run playing Shylock in The Merchant of Venice, which earned the New York native a Tony Award nomination this year. Pacino also played the lead character in a summer production of the play, at the annual Shakespeare in the Park festival.
Scarface on Blu-ray hits stores on Sept. 6.