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The Universal Pictures studio has offered actress Julia Garner to star in the film biopic about pop music icon Madonna, Variety magazine revealed exclusively on Tuesday.

According to this information, the interpreter, known for her roles in the series “Inventing Anna” and “Ozark”, would have been chosen by Universal among twelve candidates.

From that list, the names of actresses such as Florence Pugh or Alexa Demie and singers like Bebe Rexha or Sky Ferreira to embark on a film whose casting requires remarkable vocal and dance skills.

So far, no further information has emerged about whether Garner would have already agreed to join the project, but, According to Variety, the parties are very close to reaching an agreement.

Likewise, The filming schedule for this film has not been made public either. in which Universal Pictures had high hopes before the pandemic interrupted it.

It is a film that will be directed and written by Madonna herself. and will feature Amy Pascal (“Spider-Man: No Way Home”) in charge of its production.

“There are so many untold and inspiring stories and who better to tell them than me. It is essential to share the roller coaster of my life with my voice and my vision”, Madonna assured in a statement published in 2020, confirming the acquisition of the project by Universal.

The film will narrate the artist’s life since she arrived in New York City in the 1970s, where he immersed himself in the “underground” cultural scene, until he met a mass success in which he has maintained himself with infinite reinventions.

Over five decades, Madonna has sold more than 330 million records and singles worldwide. She holds the record for the most commercially successful female artist and has been cited as an influence numerous times by celebrities and singers for generations to come.

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