The film would not focus on Dylan’s entire life and career, but would instead tell the story of “one very specific moment”.
Bob Dylan have personally contributed to the script of next biographical film Based on the famous folk musician by director James Mangold.
in podcast statements happy sad confused Mangold talks about next Bob Dylan movie, to be titled a complete unknown , When asked whether Bob Dylan was involved in the film, Mangold revealed that the composer had “personally noted” the script and that Dylan and Mangold had spent several days together discussing the film.
a complete unknown Starring Timothée Chalamet in the role of Dylan, filming will begin in August, According to Mangold’s comments in April , Mangold also confirmed that Chalamet would have his own vocals in the film.
I speak with you happy sad confused Mangold also revealed that the film would not be a “typical biographical film”, as it would not tell the totality of Dylan’s life and career until then. Instead, it would focus on “a very specific moment” from the 1960s.
«It’s a kind of composite piece about this moment in time, the early 60s in New York, and this 17-year-old boy with $16 in his pocket autostops to New York to meet Woody Guthrie who is in it is in the hospital and he is dying of a neurological disease”, Mangold explained.
He sings a song he wrote for Woody and becomes friends with Pete Seeger, who is like a son to Woody. And Pete plays it up with concerts at local clubs and there he meets Joan Baez and all those other people who are part of this world, and this guy who’s from Minnesota with a new name and a new outlook on life comes, becomes a star. , signed with the world’s largest record company in a year, and three years later, its disc sales exceeded those of the Beatles.
The project was first announced in 2020 First to be delayed indefinitely later this year Without sharing the launch timeline.
Mangold’s latest work is presented as Indiana Jones and the Dial of Destiny Which is now being shown in theatres. film obtuvo una four star review with writing for Lou Thomas nme : “This is a vibrant and emotional story with some particularly emotional scenes in the final part that will surely bring a tear or two. Some would wonder why this film was made. The answer should be, ¿Por que no?