The biopic about singer Amy Winehouse is underway. Thus, the star of Barbie, Marisa Abelais currently the favorite to play Amy Winehouse in ‘Back to Black’the next biopic focused on the life and career of the iconic singer.
According to Varietyproducers have been looking for a fresh new actressand although the role has not yet been chosen and it is believed that there is a small group of actresses in the running, Abela could currently be in talks.
The 25-year-old actress plays the role of Yasmin Kara-Hanani in HBO Max’s London-set financial thriller ‘Industry’. Precisely, season 2 of ‘Industry’ opens in Spain on August 2. She has also recently been cast in Greta Gerwig’s long-awaited ‘Barbie’ film, though her role in the project is being kept under wraps for the time being. A film that will feature Margot Robbie as the absolute protagonist and a Ryan Gosling very excited to be Ken in ‘Barbie’. So much so, that even the Netflix series ‘The Invisible Agent’ references Ryan Gosling and ‘Barbie’.
Abela is of Jewish descent.which was apparently important to the film’s creative team to be as true to Amy’s origins as possible.
And to answer the million dollar question, the actress born in Brighton he knows how to sing and he is altowhich matches Amy’s vocal range.
‘Back to Black’ will be directed by Sam Taylor-Johnson, author of the ‘Nowhere Boy’ movie about a young John Lennon turned into a musical, while the Winehouse family will act as executive producers and will donate profits from the film to the Amy Foundation. Winehouse.
“We now feel able to celebrate Amy’s extraordinary life and talent,” Amy’s father, Mitch Winehouse, said in a statement. “And we know, through the Amy Winehouse Foundation, that her true story of illness can help many others who may be experiencing similar problems.”
Monumental Pictures’ Alison Owen and Debra Hayward are on board to produce the project, adding, “We’re proud that Mitch Winehouse has entrusted us with the story of the incredible Amy, an icon whose songs have been the soundtrack to a generation”.
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