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Rihanna wants a role in the 'Scarface' remake.
The 24-year-old singer is desperate to be cast in Universal Pictures' reboot of the classic 1983 Al Pacino gangster film in the part of Elvira Hancock, who was originally played by Michelle Pfeiffer.
A source told The Sun newspaper: "Rihanna loves 'Scarface'. Some of her music videos have been based on Michelle's character, Elvira.
"She knows all the words and even has her walk perfected."
The star has admitted to being a huge fan of the character in the past, saying Elvira has "ridiculous swagger".
The new 'Scarface' film will see the action updated to a modern day setting about drug-dealers.
Rihanna made her acting debut in action blockbuster 'Battleship' alongside Liam Neeson earlier this year.
She is also voicing the female lead in upcoming DreamWorks animation 'Happy Smekday' and will make a cameo appearance in a new Seth Rogen comedy.
Rihanna has often expressed her interest in pursuing her acting career.
She recently commented: "I didn't know if I would like it or be good at it. I really enjoyed the experience and I want to do more, try different types of roles so that I can see what I excel in most or like best.''
Michelle Pfeiffer appeared ageless at the London premiere of her latest movie Dark Shadows on May 9th. Michelle was on hand to promote her new role as Matriarch Collins Stoddard in the Tim Burton directed fantasy film. She's gorgeous as a human, vampire, grandma, catwoman, or anything really! She may be 54-years-old on this dimension, but she's only getting younger.
Actress Michelle Pfeiffer and her husband David E. Kelley at ELLE's 18th Annual Women in Hollywood Tribute held at The Four Seasons Hotel in Beverly Hills, California on October 17, 2011. Michelle was honored at the event along with other stars such as Barbra Streisand, Evan Rachel Wood, Freida Pinto, Naomi Watts, Jennifer Aniston, Elizabeth Olsen, Stacey Snider and Viola Davis.
LA Times Blog:
Introducing honoree Jennifer Aniston, Reese Witherspoon celebrated the "Friends" alum's rare combination of "sex appeal and complete loveability. You want to get your nails done with her, and then make out with her. At least I do."
"That's what we do sometimes on Saturdays," Witherspoon cracked, as the ballroom of the Four Seasons Beverly Hills erupted in laughter. "We get our nails done ... and then make out. That's because she's my friend and not yours."
Pfeiffer played the feline superhero in 1992 movie Batman Returns.
She handed the role over to Halle Berry in time for a 2004 spin-off - but admits she'd love to reclaim the leather catsuit and join Christian Bale's Batman in a future film.
Pfeiffer tells Moviefone, "It would be really fun. I don't think that's going to happen. I think they like to get a new face for the different characters, and I understand it. But yeah, that was really fun. I had a good time."
Michelle Pfeiffer is set to appear in a remake of 'Grease'.
The 'Stardust' actress, who starred in the 1982 sequel 'Grease 2', has been approached to join the cast for a new version of the original 1978 hit musical and has her heart set on playing an older character.
Michelle said: "It's a great idea and I hear they would like to get Jessica Simpson for the role of Sandy, she would be good.
"I would love to play the school principal. She is fun and has some great put-down lines. I think I would like the part now that I have been asked."
Michelle regretted taking the part of Stephanie Zinone in 'Grease 2' and believes it set her career back 10 years.
The 'Hairspray' star is quoted by a British newspaper as saying: "I hated that film with a vengeance and could not believe how bad it was. At the time I was young and didn't know any better.
"I hear it's a cult movie now."
Earlier this year, Michelle revealed she can't bear to watch her own movies because they make her cringe.
The 49-year-old actress said: "I don't sit at home and watch my movies. I cannot bear it when I'm channel surfing and there I am, suddenly popping up.
"It's very rare that I can stand it for very long, although when my kids were watching 'Married To The Mob' recently I was able to watch it for 15 to 20 minutes and I was OK."
Who's that guy is right! He's hot on that bike.