The movie was confirmed earlier this summer, and is claimed to skip Ozzy’s authentic tenure in Black Sabbath to go forward to when he left the band within the late Nineteen Seventies and started relationship Sharon.
“We now have a author,” Jack stated concerning the progress on the movie on the time. “We stated to go from 1979 to 1996. I can’t say an excessive amount of, however the movie is in lively growth.”
“From what I perceive, it’s about Sharon and I and our relationship,” Ozzy added. “It’s how we met, fell in love, and the way we married. She’s my different half. She grew up loads with me, and I grew up loads along with her.”
In a new interview with NME, Aimée has now given an replace.
Ozzy and Sharon Osbourne (Image: Getty)
“Sure, it’s nonetheless occurring, and I’ve been serving to them with that as nicely. I feel we’re on the point of begin casting too, which is basically thrilling. Discovering the correct of actors to painting them goes to be difficult, however we’re trying ahead to discovering some newcomers,” she stated.
“I feel authenticity, vulnerability, charisma, all these sorts of issues will wanted to play them, as a result of they’re simply each so distinctive. It’s undoubtedly going to be difficult, and as excited as I’m, it’s going to be intense to search out somebody who can embody a difficult mixture of traits for each of them. However I’ve religion we’ll discover the fitting individuals.”
Sharon beforehand mentioned how she doesn’t need the movie to be “squeaky, shiny clear” like Queen biopic Bohemian Rhapsody.
“[Bohemian Rhapsody] turned an entire era onto Queen’s music that had by no means heard earlier than,” she stated. “So with that, it was phenomenal. However I don’t suppose it was an amazing film. They modified the timing [of the story] and the whole lot in it. That’s why it was, like, made ‘good’ and that’s what made it a Hallmark film.
“Our movie shall be much more actual. We don’t need it to be squeaky, shiny clear and all of that. We’re not making it for youths. It’s an grownup film for adults.”