Scarface is celebrating it's 35th anniversary and to honor the occasion, they're bringing the iconic film back to the big screen for limited showings. And this weekend, it's coming to Providence.

Al Pacino's character has become a pop culture icon, referenced in shows, music and more for years.

And if you've never had the opportunity to see the movie as it was originally intended, this could be the weekend to change all that.

Back in April, Scarface was shown at the Tribeca Film Festival, followed by an  exclusive post-screening discussion with director Brian De Palma and actors Al Pacino, Michelle Pfeiffer and Steven Bauer.

Now the movie, along with that post screening discussion, are going to be shown at the Providence Place Cinemas 16 on Sunday, June 10 at 3:30 p.m., and Wednesday, June 13 at 7 p.m.

And if those times don't work out, you can drive a little further to Randolph, Dedham or Lincoln, Rhode Island, among other spots.

The screening is a one-of-a-kind event. I can't think of any other instances where not only was a movie brought back to the big screen, but brought back with discussion about the film with the stars.

So if you are a fan of Scarface, get your tickets for these extremely limited showings as soon as you can.