H.E.R. is about to make her movie appearing debut in Warner Bros.’ adaptation of the Tony-winning Broadway musical “The Color Purple,” a person with information advised TheWrap.
The musical, in fact, relies on the 1982 novel by Alice Walker, and Steven Spielberg directed the 1985 adaptation, starring Whoop Goldberg. It obtained 11 Oscar nominations, together with greatest actress for Goldberg, however was shut out.
The story facilities on a black girl named Celie, who grows up in intense poverty within the American South and endures harsh therapy from her stepfather, husband and others in her life, which checks her religion in God and humankind. Walker received the Pulitzer Prize for fiction, turning into the primary black girl to take action. H.E.R. will play a personality named Squeak, a lady who goes from waitress to singer.
Blitz Bazawule, who most not too long ago directed Beyoncé’s Disney+ visible album “Black Is King, is directing. Marcus Gardley wrote the screenplay.
The 2005 Broadway musical, with a e book by playwright Marsha Norman, earned 11 Tony nominations however didn’t win greatest musical. The 2016 revival received two Tonys, together with greatest musical revival, in addition to each a Grammy and an Emmy. The musical has grossed greater than $350 million.
Oprah Winfrey is about to provide along with her Harpo Films banner, with Spielberg by way of his Amblin banner. Scott Sanders and Quincy Jones are additionally producing, whereas Alice Walker, Rebecca Walker, Kristie Macosko Krieger, Carla Gardini, and Mara Jacobs are govt producing.
Warner Bros. will launch the movie on Dec. 20, 2023.
H.E.R. most not too long ago received an Oscar for Best Original Song for “Fight For You,” which was featured within the studio’s “Judas and the Black Messiah.” Her 2017 self-titled album “H.E.R.” was nominated for a number of Grammys and even received two. She not too long ago launched her debut full-length album “Back of My Mind.” In 2021, she was awarded the Grammy Award for Song of the Year for “I Can’t Breathe.”
The Hollywood Reporter first reported the information.
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