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I woke-up this morning to see an article about Jeff Buckley in the Sunday Mail (An Australian newspaper). It was about a new and upcoming biopic about the Mystery White Boy which is Jeff Buckley.
Roles considered for Buckley have been Jared Leto, James Franco, Robert Pattinson and James Marsden, all of which are very interested.
Directed by Michelle Sy (Finding Neverland) and Orion Williams (Control).
This is what Mary Guibert (Jeff’s mother) had to say:
“I have finally relented against my deep conviction that films about people should never be made until those people are long dead.”
“Whoever gets the part [of Buckley] will need a lot of self-discipline because they won’t be able to fake it. It is going to take phenomenal set of skills.”
Guibert releases Grace Around The World, a collection of definitive versions from Buckley’s intense shows. The CD and DVD is out now.
I’m not a big fan of biopics, but just the thought of Jared Leto or Robert Pattinson as Jeff Buckley makes me throw up in my mouth a little bit… though that’s my usual reaction to the thought of either of them doing anything. Including existing.
“That’s ‘cause we all wanna be problemless. To fix ourselves. We look for some magic solution to make us all better, but none of us really know what we’re doing. And why is that so bad? That’s all we humans can do. Guess. Try. Hope. But, Justin, just pray you don’t fool yourself into thinking you’ve got the answer. Because that’s bullshit. The trick is living without an answer. I think.”—Dr Perry Lyman, Thumbsucker