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The story of Amy Winehouse will soon knock on the big screen.
Sam Taylor-Johnson, who directed the first installment of the popular fifty Shades of Grey The franchise has confirmed that she will direct the Winehouse biopic, back to BlackWhich shares the name of the late singer’s second and final studio album.
Taylor-Johnson, 55, shared a post from Deadline in an Instagram caption on Monday, writing, “It’s a dream movie.”
“I’m ready, let’s go… #amywinehouse #backtoblack,” she said.
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Writer Matt Greenhall wrote the screenplay, while StudioCanal is producing with Alison Owen and Debra Hayward along with Tracy Seward, according to Hollywood Reporter, The project has also received full support from the estate of Winehouse.
Although exact plot details have yet to be revealed, the biopic is predicted to follow the story of Winehouse’s life, from her humble beginnings as a local jazz singer in north London to the creation of the chart-topping track. After it earned several Grammy Awards, including “Rehab”. and according to “Back to Black,” time limit,
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Winehouse died of alcohol poisoning at the age of 27 at her home in London in July 2011.
Following her tragic death more than a decade ago, there have been several attempts to make a film about the late singer, including a film from last year’s Halsions Studio, which is believed to be based on Daphne Barack’s 2010 book. was, saving amy,
Although plans for feature films have not been completed at first, a documentary titled amyDirected by Asif Kapadia, premiered at the 2015 Cannes Film Festival, and later earned an Oscar for Best Documentary.
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Last July, the BBC premiered a documentary titled Amy Winehouse: 10 years later, where the singer’s mother Janice Winehouse elaborates on her late daughter’s life story. The film debuted on the 10th anniversary of Winehouse’s death.
“I don’t think the world knew the real Amy I was raised in,” Janice said in a press release at the time, according to the BBC. “I look forward to the opportunity to provide an understanding of her roots and a deeper insight into the real Amy.”