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we have a David Bowie. There is an ongoing biopic about the legend of music and Johnny Flynn has been elegido to interpret for you. The enormous challenge falls into the hands of an actor and a musician born in south Africa 35 years ago, known for starring in the delicious ‘Lovesick’.
Flynn already knows what it is to give life to an icon: it was the young Albert Einstein in the first season of ‘Genius’ taking to the great Geoffrey Rush as the bigger version of your character. Currently part of the cast of the series ‘Vanity Fair’, and has headlined films such as ‘Lotus Eaters’ or ‘life in a song’ (‘Song One’). As a fan of ‘Lovesick’ I am pleased that they have entrusted in him, I hope that demonstrates that he is able to embody convincingly to Bowie on the big screen.
this was Ziggy Stardust
it Is evident that the industry has taken note of the tremendous success of ‘Bohemian Rhapsody’; become the biopic musical more house history, and with 5 nominations at Oscar nominations. The weird thing will be that do not give rise to a series of movies about great stars of the music… The project of ‘Stardust’ revolves around the rise to fame of Bowie and narrate your first visit to the united States, in 1971, an experience that inspired the creation of his famous alter-ego, Ziggy Stardust.
in Addition to Johnny Flynn, for the moment, the deal only includes Jena Malone and Marc Maron. In terms of the staging, will be in charge of Gabriel Range, director of the award-winning ‘Death of a president’. the filming will begin in June, the moment there is no release date.
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The news Johnny Flynn will give life to David Bowie in the biopic ‘Stardust’ was originally published in Espinof by Juan Luis Caviaro .
January 31, 2019
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