Warner Bros has greenlit the production of a reevaluating of the renowned Whitney Houston film The Bodyguard. The love drama will be written by Matthew López, the Tony-nominated playwright of The Inheritance. The original 1992 film furthermore featured Kevin Costner in the lead work. The film was panned by the critics yet transformed into the second most raised grossing film of 1992 and at the hour of its release the tenth most essential grossing film of all time.
As indicated by Deadline, Matthew López, the Tony-nominated playwright has been utilized to make a rethinking out of the famous Whitney Houston film The Bodyguard at Warner Bros. The original got more than $400 million at the general entertainment world and its soundtrack transformed into the best-selling soundtrack album ever, selling more than 45 million copies all throughout the planet. The soundtrack won the Grammy Award for Album of the Year, however the singles I Have Nothing and Run to You got nominations for the Academy Award for Best Original Song.
Lawrence Kasdan from Kasdan Pictures, and Dan Lin and Jonathan Eirich of Rideback are making the new film. Nick Reynolds from Rideback will executive produce close by Kasdan, who was the writer-producer of the original. Lin has been added to the endeavor since 2011, which has seen unhinged hypothesis over the potential lead cast for a serious long time. Cast from Chris Hemsworth and Tessa Thompson to Channing Tatum and Cardi B have been floated no official cast has been set for López’s substance at this stage.
Whitney Houston is quite possibly the most extraordinary selling music specialist ever, with sales of in excess of 200 million records all throughout the planet. Houston is also perhaps the most awarded craftsman of all time. Houston was certified as the best-selling female R&B skilled worker of the 20th century by the RIAA. She had moreover sold more real singles than some other female autonomous specialist of all time. The singer was situated by VH1 among the ‘Principle 100 Greatest Artists of All Time’ and the ‘200 Greatest Pop Culture Icons of All Time’. In 2008, Rolling Stone named her one of the ‘100 Greatest Singers of All Time’.