Madonna published even more photos with her pink-hair image, which appear to be from filming of a yet unrevealed project. You can find them all in the Gallery section. "Love what you do and do what you love!" was the caption.
Madonna has published few more pictures of her working on the screenplay for her new upcoming biopic movie. These pics show the queen of pop with her brand new pink hair color. Even more recent pictures of Madonna and her new look can already be found in the Gallery section.
Madonna's fans are celebrating the 28th anniversary of the queen of pop's phenomenal album Erotica and the infamous Sex book. On this occasion, a 7-trk. digital EP with remixes by Masters At Work a.k.a. Kenny "Dope" Gonzalez & "Little" Louie Vega and William Orbit is being released this coming Friday.
The limited edition of 400 copies of Madonna's new Madame X - Eau de Parfum is now available from Madonna's official store on Madonna.com. Enjoy the mystical, sensual and rebellious notes of her path to light and freedom. However, the offer is available for fans from the U.S. and the U.K. only.
From Madonna.com: Universal Pictures today announced that the studio is developing an all-new untitled project based on one of the world’s most influential icons, Madonna, who over an indelible five-decade career has had a groundbreaking impact as a musician, actress, director, author and entrepreneur who informs every aspect of global culture, transforming our understanding of art, sexuality, feminism and the role of women in entertainment.
Madonna will direct the project and is co-writing the script with Academy Award winner Diablo Cody (Juno, Tully). The three-time Oscar nominee Amy Pascal (Little Women, The Post, Spider-Man: Homecoming, and the Academy Award-winning Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse), will produce for her Universal-based Pascal Pictures alongside Madonna. Sara Zambreno and Guy Oseary will executive produce.
“I want to convey the incredible journey that life has taken me on as an artist, a musician, a dancer – a human being, trying to make her way in this world,” said Madonna. “The focus of this film will always be music. Music has kept me going and art has kept me alive. There are so many untold and inspiring stories and who better to tell it than me. It’s essential to share the roller coaster ride of my life with my voice and vision.”
“Madonna is the ultimate icon, humanitarian, artist, and rebel. With her singular gift of creating art that is as accessible as it is boundary-pushing, she has shaped our culture in a way very few others have,” said Donna Langley, Chairman, Universal Filmed Entertainment Group. “It’s an incredible honor for everyone at Universal to work alongside her, Diablo, and Amy to bring audiences and dedicated fans around the world her unvarnished story for the first time.”
“This movie is an absolute labor of love for me,” said Amy Pascal. “I have known Madonna since we made A League of Their Own together, and I can’t imagine anything more thrilling than collaborating with her and Diablo on bringing her true-life story to the big screen with Donna and our partners at Universal.”
Madonna is a multi-award-winning artist, activist, and humanitarian. Certified the best-selling female music artist in history, she has sold 335 million records worldwide and remains the highest-grossing solo touring artist of all time. Inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2008, Madonna remains one of the most awarded and critically acclaimed artists in history, with 658 prominent global award nominations and 225 wins. She has graced more than 4,700 coveted magazine covers worldwide. Generations of world-class artists celebrate her influence on their lives, work and personal style.
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Madonna invited her Instagram followers for a live stream last night to talk more about her massive new project and to answer some fans' questions. She introduced Diablo Cody as a successful and brilliant scriptwriter from Minnesota. As revealed one month ago, they are working on a screenplay for a movie about Madonna's life. They've been already working on it for few months actually.
The main focus of the movie is Madonna's struggle as an artist and how she survived in a men's world as a woman. The script tells a story of young Madonna, a rising star in Manhattan, New York in the early 80s. It describes her "happy, sad, mad, crazy, good, bad, and ugly journey". It's going to be evident how hard time Madonna's has been through, how people hated stuff they embrace nowadays, and how they got upset about many things she did like the Like A Prayer video or her Like A Virgin performance during the very first MTV's VMA and how things changed. There were no social media, so the only way how to communicate with each other was to be with each other. Madonna hopes she'll able to express how thrilling time this was for her.
In other part of the broadcast, Madonna mentions her journey to London to record the soundtrack for Evita (1996). She was so nervous because many other experienced and talented singers played the role of Eva Peron before her that she had few nervous break-downs and was afraid she would be fired every day. Madonna also recalls having three chihuahuas, one of them being called Evita, which she had to give away after her daughter was born.
Later in the video, Madonna pointed out she's not playing herself in the movie. The most difficult part of the current preparation is to decide which part of her life should be put in and which not because the movie will be approximately 2 hours long. Amy Pascal is the producer. The movie is not a musical, but it will feature a lot of actors singing Madonna's songs.
Madonna also replied to a fan asking about a release of the Blond Ambition tour. She claimed she doesn't have the whole footage, which is obviously not true, because it's been released on laserdisc and VHS. According to her words, everything she shot was used in the Truth Or Dare movie. The Madame X Tour video is still being edited. Madonna's sad she was not able to bring her tour to Brasil.
There is going to be a scene in the movie about her writing Like A Prayer with Pat Leonard which is going to be very cool. And then the experience with Pepsi. Vogueing and dancers José & Luis will be present in the film for sure, as they played a very important part in Madonna's career. Breakfast Club stuff is featured in the movie, However, Christopher Flynn, Madonna's very first dance teacher, is not yet for the moment. Debi Mazar is featured. And Donna DeLory and Niki Harris are in the film too. Madonna's sister Paula will be there.
As always, Madonna's been asked about new music. She replied it was not possible to write a script, to edit Madame X, to raise children, to do a rehab and record new music at the same time. However she would love to record another album. While being asked about Tragic Girl, a demo recorded for the Rebel Heart album, she could not remember she recorded such a song.
You can watch the whole video on Youtube.
Madonna is not afraid to open up about the most controversial chapter in her life, as she revealed in her recent Instagram stories earlier this week. She was reading lines from her 1990 coffee table book Sex to recall details from the era of the Erotica album in 1992 and 1993. "Looking back its hard to believe that this book caused so much controversy ... And have we moved forward? Is the patriarchal world we live in ready to accept women expressing their sexuality? ... #sex #wap #controversy #diablocody"
Madonna's #1 album and single Music are celebrating their 20th anniversary this year. The queen of pop last chart-topper in the U.S. was produced with Mirwais Ahmadzaï, a French music producer and songwriter with Afghani and Italian roots. He met Madonna in late '90s after he submitted a demo to her then own company Maverick Records. The album itself represented another major re-invention for Madonna. Orbit's emotional techno introduced on the Ray Of Light in 1998 was expanded by Mirwais' more minimalistic style with elements of folk and country. The cover art and other promotional photos were shot by Jean-Baptiste Mondino. After Music, Madonna and Mirwais worked together on Madonna's American Life (2003) and Madame X (2019) as well. To celebrate this worldwide smash hit, Warner Records and Madonna are releasing a 9-trk. digital remix EP on digital music platforms tomorrow.
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