Cher and Cher alike. There can never be too much Cher.
The great singer, actress, activist and saver of elephants is getting a biopic of her own at Universal Pictures.
She announced it on Twitter with a little fanfare, building up the anticipation of a big announcement.
The Oscar winner says the pic will be produced by Gary Goetzman and Judy Craymer, who produced “Mamma Mia,” and written by Eric Roth. Roth wrote Cher’s movie, “Suspect,” plus more sizzlingly “Forrest Gump,” “A Star is Born,” and so on.
Who will direct? Who will actually play Cher, a force of nature? And Sonny? We’ll see.
Of course, Cher has just had a Broadway musical about her on the boards, for which Stephanie J. Block won a Tony Award playing the famed singer of “Believe,” “Gypsies Tramps and Thieves,” and “I Got You Babe.”
So in a way Cher has a Tony Award by association. She also a Grammy and an Emmy Award of her own to go with her Oscar for “Moonstruck.”
Even with “Forrest Gump” life I don’t know how Eric Roth will pick and choose events for this movie. He’ll have to cover a lot of ground. Really, Cher should have a mini series!
Ok Universal is Doing Biopic With My Friends JUDY CRAYMER,GARY GOETZMAN PRODUCING.
BOTH MAMMA MIA’S,&
MY DEAR DEAR Friend 4 YRS, & OSCAR WINNER..ERIC ROTH IS GOING 2 WRITE IT👻🎂‼️
A STAR IS BORN
TO NAME A FEW OF IS FILMS
— Cher (@cher) May 19, 2021