Madonna fans have been given a ray of light that the music icon’s scrapped biopic may actually be happening!Deep breaths! Deep breaths!In January, the highly-anticipated project, which the 65-year-old legend intended to direct, was shelved after she decided to undertake her triumphant, career-spanning Celebration World Tour instead.Now with the tour winding down its European leg and Madge set to bring the stage spectacle to North America, Oscar-nominated producer/director Baz Luhrmann is sharing new info that hints the film may be getting back into the groove.Luhrmann is no stranger to biopics having recently helmed the 2022 blockbuster Elvis with Austin Butler as the King of Rock and Roll. He’s also in the Queen of Pop’s good graces having gotten permission to reimagine her 1984 hit “Like a Virgin” into a comedic number for his 2001 musical Moulin Rouge.Watch Jim Broadbent channel our girl below:While discussing how he transformed his 2008 film Australia into the new Hulu series Faraway Downs, Luhrmann revealed he and Madonna had previously discussed working together, but doesn’t see himself tackling her story in the future.“We’ve variously talked about doing things, and she was actually creating it herself,” the 61-year-old said to Yahoo! Entertainment about Madonna’s stalled biopic.“I’m just not going to be able to do a biopic next, and certainly not a musical one.
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