There will be no film: Universal refused to shoot a documentary about Madonna
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Madonna biopic canceled after Universal Pictures executives were taken aback by her 'circus antics' in social networks. This was reported by an insider from Hollywood, The Sun reports.
In honor of the 40th anniversary of her career, 64-year-old Madonna has prepared for fans a grandiose appearance on the Italian cover of Vanity Fair in a provocative image of the Virgin Mary. On the occasion of the anniversary, the star is hosting a big legendary hits tour, which will officially begin on July 15, 2023 in Vancouver, Canada.
Fans were also supposed to see a documentary about the star's life, but it will not be. A provocative photo shoot for the gloss was the last straw in the complicated relationship with the Universal Pictures film company because of this. In addition, according to an insider, the pop diva sought to get “total control” over filming, which was a major setback for the project.
“Madonna only made it worse by being weird on social media. She signed a film contract and it was supposed to stop the circus antics, stop chasing outrageousness and put the film in order, & ndash; says an insider.
“Her funny Instagram posts are bait for her loyal fans, but they didn't play into her hands with Universal. The studio bosses kept an eye on what Madonna posted during those months when she was supposed to be writing and were surprised, – he continued.
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