Paramount Pictures is preparing to make a biopic about the Bee Gees. Kenneth Prana will manage the project. The group that the Gibb Brothers recently formed is dedicated to Frank Marshall’s documentary, “The Bee Gees: How Can You Mend a Broken Heart”.
The Branagh movie will focus on the long career of a famous band who felt great in all kinds of music. Viewers will learn about the origins of the group, founded by the Barry brothers, Maurice and Robin Gibb, and their road to international fame. Road has been marked by events such as the recording of the first major hit of the Bee Gees, which reached the top of the charts, the song “How Can You Mend a Broken Heart,” or the creation of songs that revolutionized the disco genre, ie the compositions of “Saturday Night Fever”.
The script for the Prana movie will be written by Ben Elton (“Mr. Bean”, “The Black Snake”, “The Whole Truth About Shakespeare”). The group’s history was recently recalled by HBO in the documentary “The Bee Gees: How Can You Mend a Broken Heart,” one of the group’s narrators was the group’s last surviving member, Barry Gibb. Morris passed away in 2003, and Robin passed away nine years later.
Barry Gibb would also play a significant role in making the movie Branagh – he would be one of the film’s producers. In addition to him, the film will be produced by Steven Spielberg and Graham King (“Bohemian Rhapsody”).
Kenneth Prana was last seen in Christopher Nolan’s movie “Tenet”. The second film in the series dedicated to Detective Hercules Poirot, “Death on the Nile,” which he directed and played the role of a famous detective, is still awaiting its premiere. Another project Prana is currently working on is the series “The Sceptred Island”, in which he plays British Prime Minister Boris Johnson. The artist also directed the 1960s film “Belfast” while awaiting its premiere. (Life PAP)
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