Starring Tom Hardy, the long Phonon won a new title after the producer Vertical Entertainment bought the rights to the project for the USA.
With the title of Capone the feature also received an 18-year rating in the country.
Production is directed to Josh Trank, who also signs the script, will tell the auto-biography of one of the greatest gangsters of all time.
According to the website Playlist.Net, the producer is likely to release the film directly on VOD (video on demand) in the U.S.
Starring Tom Hardy, Capone will tell the trajectory of Alphonse Capone, better known as Al Capone or Scarface. Capone is known to be the leader of a group of criminals who smuggled drinks (and other things) during US Prohibition that was in effect between the 1920s and 1930s.
The film will tell the story of the mobster after 10 years already in prison when he started suffering from dementia and other mental illnesses.
Capone was one of the greatest American businessmen but also one of the most violent mafia bosses. He has already been adapted for cinema on several occasions, the most famous of which is the actor Robert De Niro in the movie The Untouchables (1987) directed by Brian de Palma.
In the cast we still have the actors Linda Cardellini, Noel Fisher, Matt Dillion and Kyle MacLachlan.
The film arrives on May 12 in the USA.
Check out the trailer released by the director
Capone has no forecast of arriving in Brazil.
[Atualizado com o trailer liberado pelo diretor]