Johny Deep once again takes sits in the director’s chair for the first time within 25 years. The show that forces the actor to take the director’s chair is the biopic of an Italian artist Amedeo Modigliani also titled Modigliani.
The latest reports confirm that Johnny has yet to make the film along with the popular actor Al Pacino. The cast list has not yet been revealed, and it’s not certain if Johnny is set to feature himself in this.
The center of the biopic Amedeo Modigliani was a famous Italian painter who become famous hugely posthumously. The style was not good to adopt in his lifetime and he had considered himself a failure both commercially and critically.
While something and someone is alive then people give a lot of hatred and ignorance, but once the things or the man become dead, everyone starts to recognize their works or the man. For this man, the same thing happened as his creations became sought all over Europe after his death in 1920.
Hollywood Reporter confirms the show will feature Dennis Mclntyre and also adapted on the screen by Jerzy and Mary Kromilowski, the movie will become a retelling tale of the popular painter who was a resident of Paris in the early 20th century.
The famous actor comes director, Johny Depp says, “The saga of Mr. Modigliani’s life is one that I’m incredibly honoured and truly humbled, to bring on the screen. It was a life of great hardship, but eventually, a triumph—a universally human story all viewers can identify with,”
The latest report confirms, that Johnny created the film for lN.2, that’s the European arm of the production company Infinitum Nihil. Al Pacino and Barry Nividi are the co-producers. The reports of the production will start in France in the Spring of the coming year. The cast will soon be declared.
In his entire career, he just directed only one film in 1997, The Brave which featured him, alongside Marlon Brando. In total, the actor has produced 11 films that give huge box-office success just like Hugo. As an actor, Johnny will be seen next to French king Louis XV in the latest film Jeanne du Barry.