9 Badass Scars From 9 Badass Films

Every scar has a story. And every story worth hearing has been made into a movie. Right? Something like that. Check out Dead Man Down, out March 8th, and learn the story of Beatrice’s scars.

1. Tony Montana in Scarface


This one was a no-brainer. The movie is called Scarface. Al Pacino’s classic portrayal of the American Dream obsessed Tony Montana is one that you no doubt saw in poster form on the wall of that frat party you went to once.

2. Edward in Edward Scissorhands


His face is covered in scars. Because he has scissors instead of hands. That learning curve must have been horrible.

3. Blofeld in You Only Live Twice


The long scar down the whole face is an effective device. Effective in that we’re pretty sure this gent has seen some messed up stuff.

4. Dr. Evil in Austin Powers


Dr. Evil is a direct parody of Blofeld. That doesn’t make the scar any less menacing. Or - well - maybe it does.

5. The Joker in The Dark Knight


Heath Ledger’s portrayal of the comically dark villain is one we all remember. Wanna know how he got those scars? Wanna see a magic trick? Why so serious? This guy has a lot of questions that we have no interest in answering.

6. Harry Potter in the Harry Potter Series


Our favorite orphan (deal with it, Annie) has a troubled past. Seven books and eight movies later, we’re pretty sure that Lily and James Potter didn’t die in a car accident.

7. Lt. Aldo Raine in Inglourious Basterds


Killin’ Nazis isn’t as easy as it looks. What makes it easier for Brad Pitt’s character is to carve a swastika into the ones he lets live. Whatever gets you through the day.

8. Scar in The Lion King


The OG douche move. Sending your own brother to his early demise. Cold as ice. Also, was Scar his given name? He must have been terrible from the get-go.

9. Beatrice in Dead Man Down


Beatrice, played by Noomi Rapace, isn’t going to take her disfigurement lying down. Nope, she wants payback. Be sure to follow her path of redemption - Dead Man Down comes out March 8th.

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