It is evident to cinema enthusiasts that the biopic is a new trend that is currently strong within the global box office. It has been prouvee to bring visitors into the previously unknown private lives of some of the most important and iconic cultural figures.
Some of music's most significant stars have been copied onto the big screen, from Elton John to Freddie Mercury, and the most recent release of Baz Luhrman's hit film exposing the life of Elvis, according to the legends. However, what about the rest of the legendary musicians who have been overlooked and deserve their stories to be told?
In his biography Scar Tissue, Kiedis, who became a band member and front-man, delved into his past and personal life. Recanting his remarkable experiences from his childhood and his days in the band, his long and painful relationship with substance abuse from a young age and his desire for sobriety are both emotional.
One can't help but wonder what would happen if directors such as the Coen Brothers or David Lynch were given their hands on his story.
Dolly Parton has grown from a child of twelve who is unable to live in poverty to selling over 100 million records, which she has always remained a leader in the music industry. Her conviction, her self-worth, and self-worth are just three of the most powerful aspects of this blonde bombshell.
It's difficult to guess why Dolly's story hasn't been told. Actresses such as Lily James, Reese Witherspoon, and Scarlett Johansson would bring the vibrancy that Dolly has on the big screen, as well as her respect.
Stevie Nicks, a Fleetwood Mac singer, is only required to listen to her lyrics to experience her profound and profound insight into life and her experiences. Despite the relationship with her fellow band members and Lindsey Buckingham, the film's shape has so many possibilities to be revealed.
Stevie's natural theatrical charm and effervescence throughout her life deserve to be honored in a traditional manner of cinema. Billie Lourd, daughter of Carrie Fisher, would give the shawls and top hats beautifully, gifted with the power to match.
Through his lengthy career, the Canadian singer-songwriter and powerful poet surpassed the world with his beautifully written words and messages. His deep connection to spirituality and religion is entrusted to his family and his growing upbringing, transforming his outlook on the world around him.
The first female to achieve a UK number one with her own self-written song deserves her story brought to life. Kate Bush's unique and kooky music and style inspired the audience in the 1980s and has grown in popularity thanks to The Duffer Brothers' "Running Up That Hill" in the most recent Stranger Things series. This remarkable resurgence has had a lot of visitors questioning who is Kate Bush.
The journey from an amateur family musician to an artistically independent would be a joy to write. Since her album The Dreaming was released, she has created all of her own work, allowing you to see this journey of how a female in the 1980s gained this independence as a gift.
Cat Stevens/Yusuf Islam
Yusuf Islam's vocals have been seen in a variety of big blockbusters, most notably Marvel's 2017 Guardians of the Galaxy Vol.2. What is the most interesting about the folk singer is his brush with death, which forced him to devote his life to the Islamic religion.
This journey, established from a young age, is evident throughout his music, and would be a fascinating watch for audiences. Opening the door to Stevens' deep and profound discovery of faith and his reintroduction into music, which allows for that spirituality to develop that sense of purpose and emotional connection.
Frank Sinatra, one of the greatest entertainers of the 20th century, was scheduled to be told by the great Martin Scorsese, but this project has been canceled due to Sinatra's family's intervention. However, many people are still believing his story should be shown on the big screen.
The powerful value of narrative from his beginnings of being a singer to an award-winning actor, his turbulent personal life, and his unsettling connection to the mob, is staggering. There is no doubt that the director who will offer the justice Sinatra deserves is Scorsese, but who will be brave enough to take on the task of portraying the legendary crooner?
The Gallagher Brothers
Liam and Noel Gallagher were one of the most famous performers in entertainment history, often surpassing Oasis' fame. Being well-known for their personality clashes and often extremely public displays of aggression against each other, fans were often left wondering what happened behind closed doors.
Having a dramatic and well-written story with a story about the ongoing creative and often personal battle between the brothers would bring light to both sides of the story. As Oasis was one of the figures of the Brit-Pop movement, it is only fitting that a British director would capture the raw emotional sensation of the brothers throughout the 1990s - Danny Boyle would treat the story with the respect and grit it wants.
Karen Carpenter's life story is a tragic and painful story shared today by many excellent musicians. She started her fascination with music by buying her drum set.
Her unsettling marriage, rocky relationship with her parents, and difficulties with her body image and anorexia eventually lead to her demise. Her songs and remarkable voice live on, and her story is a line of self-resolution.
Stevie Wonder, a pioneering musician in a variety of musical styles, has been a prominent and powerful figure in the equality movement, battling for recognition of Martin Luther King Jr's birthday to become a federal holiday in 1980. His success in the face of extreme poverty is something to not only admire but recognized.
Despite his blindness, Wonder never deterred from his abilities and determination to do what he loved, a heartfelt and profound story of a man doing what he loved despite his setbacks. A film worthy to watch.