Everything we know about Madonna’s ‘visual autobiography’ film – PS It’s not a biopic!

Holiday? Material Girl? Ray of Light? What It Feels Like For a Girl? What exactly should this film be called?

Madonna’s much-anticipated Universal Pictures non-biopic – or “visual autobiography,” as she insisted on calling it on a recent US chat show – is now officially underway.

‘Don’t call it a biopic’: Everything we know about Madonna’s ‘visual autobiography’ film so far

Madonna’s Biopic Is Now Auditioning

Yes, the Material Girl revealed behind-the-scenes footage of the audition process this week, demonstrating that the wheels are in action after years of speculation.

Not that it uncovered a lot: the video being referred to shows Madge moving around a practice space to her hit.

She subtitled the video: “Tryouts for my film are a dreamlike encounter. In any case, I’m getting a charge out of moving to the works of art!!”

That you are, M, that you are. Here’s beginning and end we are familiar the venture up to this point…

What will Madonna’s biopic be called?

No word yet, however her discography offers abundant choices. Material Girl, Ray of Light, What It Feels Like For a Girl or just Music would be in every way magnificent.

Everything except the reputed and totally incomprehensible Little Sparrow, please…

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What will Madonna’s biopic be about?

Madonna said she needs to utilize the film to “convey the amazing excursion that life has taken me on as a craftsman, a performer, an artist – a person, attempting to advance in this world.”

In a 2020 IG Live, she additionally clarified: “We really do discuss Andy [Warhol], and Keith [Haring], and Jean-Michel Basquiat and Martin Burgoyne and the entire coming up as a craftsman in Manhattan, downtown, Lower East Side in the mid ’80s.

“Truly, [it’s] perhaps the best a great time, and one of the most obviously terrible times. I want to believe that I can depict or communicate what an exhilarating time that was for me inside and out.”

Who will star in Madonna’s biopic?

Whilst nothing has been confirmed, here at MarkMeets, we can exclusively reveal that Julia Garner is set to get into the groove. Madonna herself said she as of late met with Uncut Gems entertainer Julia Fox to examine the film…

For our top picks of the stars who should play Madge – including RuPaul’s Drag Race star Gigi Goode and ‘Coconuts’ vocalist Kim Petras.

Who will coordinate Madonna’s biopic?

Dexter Fletcher, head of Elton John’s biopic Rocketman said in 2019 that he would be in the mood for coordinating Madonna’s biopic. He told Gay Star News at that point: ‘If I somehow managed to handle some other symbol like that, it would be her. She’s phenomenal.”

Nonetheless, the ‘Beam of Light’ vocalist didn’t warmly embrace Fletcher’s remarks, saying on The Graham Norton Show: “I might want to caution any chief who attempts to make a biopic of me that there will be baffling passings.”

Get the job done to say, Madonna is coordinating the film herself, as affirmed when she reported the venture in 2020.

Who else is composing it?

Juno’s Oscar-winning essayist and maker Diablo Cody will fill in as a co-author, however Madonna has all the earmarks of being starting to lead the pack. She told Maluma in a Rolling Stone meeting the year before: “Composing my content is the most depleting, testing experience I’ve at any point had.

“It’s similar to psychotherapy as it were, on the grounds that I need to recall everything about my adolescence till now.”

Madonna’s 14th and most recent studio album, 2019’s Madame X, debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 chart.

With that feat, Madonna continued to have the second-most No. 1 albums in the U.S. among female artists with nine, trailing only Barbra Streisand, who has 11. Madonna has since dropped to third place among female artists. Taylor Swift is now the runner-up to Streisand, with 10 No. 1 albums

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