Madonna tweets on Instagram: “Nobody knows what I know and what I have seen”
Queen of pop Madonna has disapproved “Blonde Ambition“, which is a bent biopic on her, adage alone she could acquaint her story.
Universal on Monday won a bargain to aftermath the screenplay Blonde Ambition about the pop icon’s activity in New York during the aboriginal 1980s but she appears unimpressed.
The accompanist has airtight a planned biopic about the aboriginal canicule of her career “Nobody knows what I apperceive and what I accept seen,” wrote Madonna on Instagram.
Only I can acquaint my story. Anyone abroad who tries is a charlatan and a fool. Looking for burning delight after accomplishing the work. This is an ache in our society, she continued.
She planned biopic is accounting by Elyse Hollander and became No. 1 screen on the 2016 Black List.
The activity has landed on Universal, with Michael De Luca getting set to produce. There hasn’t been any animadversion from Universal apropos Madonna’s remarks, appear Ace Showbiz.
Set in aboriginal 1980s New York, the biopic follows Madonna Louise Ciccone who works on her aboriginal anthology and tries to accord with the business with a dismissive attitude appear women. It will as well chase her beginning adulation activity and her acceleration to fame.
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“Blonde Ambition” is Hollander’s admission script. Previously, Hollander formed as an abettor to Alejandro G. Inarritu if he fabricated “Birdman”.
Blonde Ambition follows Madonna as she tries to absolution her admission anthology while abyssal fame, affair and the dismissive attitude of the music industry. Written by Elyse Hollander, it was voted the most-liked unproduced screen in Hollywood on the anniversary 2016 Black List.
Michael De Luca, who produced the Fifty Shades franchise, is set to aftermath the film. She could accomplish activity difficult for the film’s producers by blocking the use of her music in the crooked biopic.
Her aboriginal recordings were appeared by Sire Records, a banner of Warner Music. Madonna bankrupts out in 1983 with her self-titled admission anthology followed by 1984’s blockbuster Like a Virgin.