biopic


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biopic

a film based on the life of a famous person, esp one giving a popular treatment
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You should not be surprised that someone decided to do a made-for-TV biopic.
Not only was playing such a complicated, iconic personality like Brown a fearsome challenge, it also could potentially typecast Boseman in a biopic bubble.
Lee Hall, who is writing the script for the biopic told the Sun that the 67-year-old musician had all his private diaries that nobody had seen from where he was in rehab and left him there to read his stuff, the Daily Express reported.
Director Mark Gill said: "The film covers Morrissey's life pre-Smiths and is more of a portrait than a conventional biopic.
Morgan, whose other work includes the screenplay for Margaret Thatcher biopic The Iron Lady, won the award for writing in a mini-series or movie.
Actress Angelina Jolie will reportedly play her late mother, Marcheline Bertrand, in a biopic made by her partner Brad Pitt's production banner Plan B
While Kondke was known for his below- the- belt fare, the biopic will focus on the man behind the comedian.
Summary: A new trailer for Steven Spielberg's upcoming historical biopic, Lincoln, has made its debut.
Here the princess is played by Naomi Watts, 43, for the biopic Diana due out later this year.
The Biopic as Contemporary Film Genre is just the second book-length study of the biographical film, an enduringly popular but critically neglected film genre.
JOHNNY CASH drama Walk The Line has been voted the greatest music biopic.
Factory Girl'' is a biopic about mid-'60s ``It'' Girl Edie Sedgwick.