About the Sex Pistols group will shoot a full-length biopic
British punk rock band the Sex Pistols will be dedicated to the next big biopic about the musicians — after the painting "Bohemian Rhapsody" (on the band Queen and the singer Freddie mercury), received four Oscars and coming in may in the rent tape "Rocketman" (Elton John).
About this newspaper the Daily Mail, citing production company, Starlight Films, which plans to release the film in 2020.
According to the Director, Asha Plunkett, who is working on the preparation for the filming of the picture for 18 months, filmmakers "are under the impression the box office to "Bohemian Rhapsody", which reached nearly $800 million. "This suggests that the public's great interest in such films," notes Plunkett.
Now fans of Elton John in anticipation of the release of the big screen "Rocketman", a biographical musical film directed by Dexter Fletcher script by Lee Hall, the shooting of which ended on 31 October last year. The main role in the film performs, Taron Edgerton.
Representatives of Starlight Films proceed with the selection of actors for the filming, and they, according to the Daily Mail, there is already a list of contenders for the performance of roles of Malcolm McLaren and Vivienne Westwood. In the 1970s, they operated a shop on a London street the kings road called SEX, which has had a significant impact on punk fashion in the UK. McLaren would later become Manager of the Sex Pistols, which at various times included johnny rotten (John Lydon), Steve Jones, Paul cook, Glen Matlock and Sid Vicious.
Starlight Films believes that the work of the team that worked together for about two and a half years (1975 — 1978) and recorded only one Studio album Never Mind the Bollocks, Here's the Sex Pistols, who changed the path of development of popular music, will be a great spectacle for the spectators. TV channels and radio stations refused to broadcast the calls to anarchy Sex Pistols. The concerts of the group often ended in fights, repeatedly denied, and circulation records were arrested. Despite the scandals associated with the release of their Studio album, he became the first gold and then platinum in the US and the UK, and gold in the Netherlands.
Daily Mail film critic Brian Viner admits that "a biopic of the Sex Pistols, by definition, will not have the same broad commercial appeal, as "Bohemian Rhapsody", and a new tape famous Director Danny Boyle Yesterday, inspired by the music of The Beatles.
"But a lot depends on how it will be done, says Wiener. — Whether you loved the band or hated, or were indifferent, indifferent, as I did, her work was undoubtedly a landmark in history." "If the film is really reflect with humor and with light strokes of social and cultural significance of the punk movement, it can affect the the powerful market where nourish nostalgia for those days, — says the critic. — We see that a new tape is about musical groups and stars tell of the 1970-1980-ies, when he formed the current personality of the creators of movies and millions of movie lovers".