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Elton John Biopic, ‘Rocketman,’ Release Date Pushed Back Two Weeks

The release of Rocketman, the biopic chronicling the life of music legend Elton John, has been pushed back two weeks. According to Variety, the film will now be released on May 31, 2019. The film is directed by Dexter Fletcher, written by Lee Hall, and counts Elton John among its producers. It stars Taron Edgerton (Kingsman) as John and focuses on his journey from the Royal Academy of Music to stardom.

Edgerton is joined by Bryce Dallas Howard, who will play John’s mother, Sheila. Actor Jamie Bell, who starred in the films Jumper and Snow Piercer, will play Bernie Taupin, John’s longtime writing partner. John and Taupin began collaborating in 1967.

John is one of the most successful recording artists of all time. His first hit was the single “Your Song,” which was released in 1970. Some of his most notable songs also reached No. 1 on the musical charts, including “Bennie and the Jets” and “Crocodile Rock.” According to John’s biography, the singer is as much known for his music as he is for his live shows. He often wears elaborate costumes and large glasses, something he began doing to be memorable.

“I wasn’t a sex symbol like Bowie, Marc Bolan or Freddie Mercury, so I dressed more on the humorous side because if I was going to be stuck at the piano for two hours, I was going to make people look at me.”

In 1976, the singer came out as bisexual, and later out as a gay man. Though he was initially taunted for his sexuality, the singer made a triumphant return to the spotlight with the 1979 record A Single Man. His popularity waned in the 1980s, but his song “Can You Feel The Love Tonight” for the 1994 Disney movie The Lion King secured a younger fan base and also garnered him and Taupin an Academy Award. The two would later win a Tony in 2000 for the musical, Aida.

In 1994, John was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and was knighted in 1998. With the loss of two of his friends — designer Gianni Versace and Princess Diana of Wales — John reworked the song “Candle In The Wind” in 1997. The new version sold more than 30 million copies that year alone.

In January, the singer announced his retirement after the Farewell Yellow Brick Road Tour, which begins in September. According to John’s website, the singer says, “It’s time to come off the road so I can fully embrace the next important chapter of my life.”

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Elton John Biopic, ‘Rocketman,’ Release Date Pushed Back Two Weeks

The release of Rocketman, the biopic chronicling the life of music legend Elton John, has been pushed back two weeks. According to Variety, the film will now be released on May 31, 2019. The film is directed by Dexter Fletcher, written by Lee Hall, and counts Elton John among its producers. It stars Taron Edgerton (Kingsman) as John and focuses on his journey from the Royal Academy of Music to stardom.

Edgerton is joined by Bryce Dallas Howard, who will play John’s mother, Sheila. Actor Jamie Bell, who starred in the films Jumper and Snow Piercer, will play Bernie Taupin, John’s longtime writing partner. John and Taupin began collaborating in 1967.

John is one of the most successful recording artists of all time. His first hit was the single “Your Song,” which was released in 1970. Some of his most notable songs also reached No. 1 on the musical charts, including “Bennie and the Jets” and “Crocodile Rock.” According to John’s biography, the singer is as much known for his music as he is for his live shows. He often wears elaborate costumes and large glasses, something he began doing to be memorable.

“I wasn’t a sex symbol like Bowie, Marc Bolan or Freddie Mercury, so I dressed more on the humorous side because if I was going to be stuck at the piano for two hours, I was going to make people look at me.”

In 1976, the singer came out as bisexual, and later out as a gay man. Though he was initially taunted for his sexuality, the singer made a triumphant return to the spotlight with the 1979 record A Single Man. His popularity waned in the 1980s, but his song “Can You Feel The Love Tonight” for the 1994 Disney movie The Lion King secured a younger fan base and also garnered him and Taupin an Academy Award. The two would later win a Tony in 2000 for the musical, Aida.

In 1994, John was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and was knighted in 1998. With the loss of two of his friends — designer Gianni Versace and Princess Diana of Wales — John reworked the song “Candle In The Wind” in 1997. The new version sold more than 30 million copies that year alone.

In January, the singer announced his retirement after the Farewell Yellow Brick Road Tour, which begins in September. According to John’s website, the singer says, “It’s time to come off the road so I can fully embrace the next important chapter of my life.”

‘Rocketman’: Elton John Biopic Moves Back Two Weeks

UPDATED, 3:18 PM: Paramount said today that Rocketman now will launch on May 31, two weeks later than originally scheduled. In its new slot, the Elton John biopic starring Taron Egerton will go up against Warner Bros. Godzilla: King of the Monsters and an Untitled Blumhouse Project from Universal.

PREVIOUSLY, May 23: Paramount has just set the opening date for the Dexter Fletcher-directed Elton John biopic Rocketman for May 17, 2019. The pic stars Taron Egerton as the iconic singer with Matthew Vaughn producing.

Fletcher replaced Bryan Singer on Fox’s Bohemian Rhapsody. Rocketman, written by Lee Hall, follows John’s rise from being a prodigy at the Royal Academy of Music to becoming a breakout rock legend with his 1972 album Honky Chateau and its mega-selling 1973 follow-up Goodbye Yellow Brick Road. The pic will open up against Lionsgate’s John Wick: Chapter 3, Warner Bros. The Sun Is Also a Star and Universal/Amblin’s A Dog’s Journey.

In addition, the Melrose lot has undated Transformers 7 from its previous date of June 28, 2019. In its place, Paramount will release the Tiffany Haddish comedy Limited Partners on that date. Paramount had hatched a writers room led by Akiva Goldsman to hammer out future iterations of Transformers movies. The spinoff Bumblebee, whose clips were well received at CinemaCon, comes out on Dececmber 21 directed by Travis Knight. Michael Bay has hinted that Transformers: The Last Knight was his final stint in the director’s chair for a Transformers movie. Transformers 7 was put in as a placeholder on the calendar years ago, and the studio is rebooting the entire franchise in the direction of Bumblebee.

June 28 is the weekend leading into Independence Day week, and right now there’s just Universal’s Chris Pratt movie Cowboy Ninja Viking and a placeholder for an Entertainment Studios movie.

The reboot of Stephen King’s Pet Sematary is moving up from April 19, 2019, to April 5. The pic will be up against New Line/DC’s Shazam! and Sony’s Tom Hanks pic Greyhound.

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Elton John’s biopic ‘Rocketman’ postponed by two weeks

Music legend Elton John’s biopic “Rocketman”, starring Taron Egerton, has been delayed by two weeks.

The film, which was earlier scheduled to release on May 17, 2019, will now hit the theatres on May 31, 2019, according to The Hollywood Reporter.

Egerton, 28, is portraying the legendary singer in the Dexter Fletcher-directed film which will focus on John’s emergence as a prodigy at the Royal Academy of Music to become a music superstar and his partnership with songwriting collaborator Bernie Taupin.

Matthew Vaughn and his Marv Films are producing the film along with John and his Rocket Pictures partner David Furnish.

The film’s cast includes Jamie Bell, Richard Madden, Bryce Dallas Howard and Gemma Jones.

Vaughn and Egerton have teamed on both “Kingsman” films and on “Eddie the Eagle,” which Fletcher directed with Egerton starring.

Fletcher and Vaughn have previously worked together on “Lock, Stock And Two Smoking Barrels” and “Layer Cake”.

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Fred and Julie dance and kiss once.

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Fred is the equivalent of a 10-year-old boy in maturity level, farting openly, not taking responsibility, and not taking anything seriously. Fred also sacrifices and nearly gives his life for his colleagues.

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Fred and Bill go to a bar, where Fred drinks lots of shots, gets drunk, and forces Julie to dance with him. Julie tells Bill, “Getting someone drunk like that is wrong.”

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Elton John Biopic Rocketman Pushed Back Two Weeks

Elton John Biopic Rocketman Pushed Back Two Weeks

The Hollywood Reporter brings word that Paramount Pictures is pushing their Elton John biopic, Rocketman, back two weeks. The film was initially to be released May 17, 2019 and is now set to be released May 31. With it’s new release date, Rocketman will be going up against the likes of Godzilla: King of Monsters and an untitled Blumhouse film.

The film will focus on Elton John’s beginnings, starting when he was a prodigy at the Royal Academy of Music and carrying over to when he reached global stardom through his influential and enduring musical partnership with his songwriting collaborator Bernie Taupin. It will be a biopic that looks at the performer’s life past the glitter saturated image we have grown so accustomed to associating with the performer.

Rocketman stars Taron Egerton (Kingsman: Secret Service) as the famed singer/songwriter, along with Jamie Bell (TURN: Washington’s Spies), Richard Madden, and Bryce Dallas Howard (Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom).

Dexter Fletcher will be directing Rocketman from a script by Lee Hall. Matthew Vaughn and his Marv Films will be producing the film alongside Elton John with his Rocket Pictures partner David Furnish. Production is set to start this summer and the movie will arrive in theaters next summer.

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Harry, a troubled young boy with a vivid imagination wants to fight the forces of evil like his television hero, the Star Ship Captain. When he meets the athletic but slightly awkward Jordan, the two boys set a plan in motion to defeat the forces of evil and save the day. Set in Melbourne in the late 1970‘s, this is the story of a suburban Space Captain, his Lieutenant, the built and the heroes they become.

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Jordan: Rory MacKenzie
Mother: Gabriella Rose-Carter
Father: Scott Major

Bully 1: Ben Klarenaar
Bully 2: Gideon Aroni
Bully 3: Ethan Karpathy

Director: Nicholas Colla
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Co-Producer: Daniel Daperis & Nicholas Colla
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Editor: Mike Lutman
Cinematographer: Benjamin Hidalgo De la Barrera
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Production Design: Nathan Wentworth
Costume Design: Elissa Hullah
Gaffer: Richard Chapman
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Sound Recordist: Sam O’Reilly
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Illustrator: Nidhi Chanani
Sound Designer: Sasha Zastavnikovic
Composer: Paul Dawkins

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Colourist: Roslyn DiSisto @ Method Studios

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Accident-prone astro-nut Fred Randall is the last guy on Earth you’d want on the first manned mission to Mars. But as bad luck and poor timing would have it, that’s exactly what happens, and Fred undergoes rigorous, if not hilarious, training at NASA. Fred blasts off with the rest of the space shuttle crew: a cocky, no-nonsense Commander, a sexy Mission Specialist, and a mischievous space chimp named Ulysses.

Accident-prone astro-nut Fred Randall is the last guy on Earth you’d want on the first manned mission to Mars. But as bad luck and poor timing would have it, that’s exactly what happens, and Fred undergoes rigorous, if not hilarious, training at NASA. Fred blasts off with the rest of the space shuttle crew: a cocky, no-nonsense Commander, a sexy Mission Specialist, and a mischievous space chimp named Ulysses.

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