Ryan to be in Busby Berkeley's Biopic?


Good morning GosAdd,
Yesterday (or this morning here in Italy) The Hollywood Reporter gave us an Exclusive news.

Warner Bros has optioned Buzz: The Life and Art of Busby Berkeley  by Jeffrey Spivak for an adaptation to be produced by Marc Platt (who produced Drive and also How To Catch A Monster) and our Ryan.

According to the news, Ryan could also play the role of Busby and there is a chance he could also be the director, though Ryan is not a multitasking as he said.

Of course there is still nothing sure. For the moment is just a plan and surely it's not the only one with Ryan. Many projects remain private, many projects are aborted.

I do remind you Ryan was attached with Nicolas to the Logan's Run remake that was then aborted.

Busby Berkeley - read about him

Who was Busby Berkeley?

He was a highly influential Hollywood movie director and musical choreographer.

Born in 1895, he was famous for his elaborate musical production numbers that often involved complex geometric patterns.

Berkeley's works used large numbers of showgirls and props as fantasy elements in kaleidoscopic on-screen performances.



I repeat: for the moment is just a plan, nothing is sure at 100% but.... Do you remember what I have said you before?
Next Ryan's movie would have been a Warner Bros one.


What do you think about this project? Would you like to see Ryan in a biopic?


I'll keep you updated about the project.

Stay Gos
Ale





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  1. I would be surprised if Ryan directed it (I assumed he would teak somewhat of a break from directing after How to catch a monster), but him directing it might be more likely than him starring in it. Either way, it sounds interesting to me.

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    1. Once Ryan said he can't do more than a thing per time. I think he could be starred in the movie but maybe he won't direct. We have to wait and see what happens :-)

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