Marlon Brando biopic, based on George Englund's memoirs, could be in the works
Other films that have been made on Marlon Brando in the past include — TCM biopic Brando: The Documentary (2007) and Marlon Brando: The Wild One.
Los Angeles: A new film focusing on the life and career of Hollywood legend Marlon Brando is in the works.
According to The Hollywood Reporter, Brian Oliver's New Republic Pictures has taken up the book, The Way It's Never Been Done Before as the basis for a biopic on the Godfather star.
The book is former director George Englund's memoir, who was Brando's longtime friend.
Talking about the project, Oliver said, "George and Marlon's friendship spanned five decades and covered all the ups and downs in the actor's career and personal life.
"It makes for both an epic portrayal of the greatest actor ever to grace the silver screen and an intimate story of two men with an almost brotherly bond."
Other films that have been made on the Oscar-winning actor in the past include — TCM biopic Brando: The Documentary (2007) and Marlon Brando: The Wild One.
Although Old and Snake Eyes are both fresh offerings from major studios, moviegoers turned out in modest numbers on a weekend where there was the notable distraction of the Olympics as well as rising concerns about the delta variant.
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