Biopics about musicians are easy. Not only does most of the bands have a crazier life than Marvel's average superhero, but filmmakers can rely so heavily on the music that the movie itself is unlikely to be any better than the videos shown above the lyrics in karaoke bars , But that will definitely be a topic for the upcoming David Bowie biopic, because despite all the early influences, the soundtrack will not have its biggest musical impact: David Bowie.
Throws all current genre keywords into a blender, the upcoming Musical Biopic Stardust will be a kind of original story and tells of Bowie's first visit to America in 1971, where he unleashes his iconic figure Ziggy Stardust's Crazed Space gave birth. The actor Johnny Flynn, a talented musician, is a real star, and he is as good a choice as anyone who conjures up even a hint of genius and charm that the now-defunct Elven king could color at will
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But even if no mortal shell can hold the glory of Bowie, Deadline reports that the film is also included. a varied soundtrack from the time "- for many the hardest time of all time.So diverse that the movie hopes you will not miss an unmistakable shortage of Bowie.This is because despite the claim that Stardust Bowie's son Duncan Jones on Twitter said no, that will not happen .
It turned out The producers of Stardust Never checked in with floor control – asking Bowie's family and property if it was cool to commercialize the legend's life and use his music – Jones confirmed that "it looks like this movie does not include dad's music and me I can not imagine that will change. "Playing" Changes "is definitely off the table.
However, since he did not want to bombard his dad's (our mother's) fans too much, Jones followed an award-winning filmmaker, this announcement, immediately with a biopic pitch of him: an animated film about the thin white duke, written by Neil Gaiman and Into The Spider Verse director Peter Ramsay – to no greater surprise than that of Gaiman and Ramsay .
But if you think about it, the idea of blaming a pair of comic geniuses for making a movie about an artist who always felt thrown down to earth by a meteor seems so right it's hard is even interested in a Bowie movie with inferior fleshbags. Let's wait until the film becomes materialized instead of watching Stardust and his inevitable off-fire movie, Bowie, covers "Zippy Stardust", "Space Anomaly" and the classic "Copyright Violator, Copyright Violator" from. 19659006] For more strange tangents and his personal recipes for toilet wine, see Cedric at Twitter .
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