LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA: “The Whale” director Darren Aronofsky is set to direct the Elon Musk biopic, the Daily Mail reported.
The biopic is officially in development at A24, the company that distributed the Oscar-winning film “Everywhere All At Once.”
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The film is based on Walter Isaacson’s biography of the tech mogul released in September, titled “Elon Musk.” It details Musk’s journey to fame, his rise through the efforts of SpaceX, selling a million cars through Tesla, and becoming the richest individual in the world.
Darren Aronofsky is well known for his critically acclaimed films like “The Whale”, “Black Swan”, etc. (Wikimedia Commons)
Addressing the news, Musk wrote about X in response to an article from X News Daily: “I’m glad Darren is doing it. He’s one of the best.”
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Isaacson wrote about Musk’s roller coaster life by following his life for over two years. In addition to showing the current life of the SpaceX founder, the author attempts to paint a picture of Musk’s troubled and tortured relationship with his oppressive father. According to Isaacson, Musk’s childhood profoundly influenced his romantic relationships.
“Musk was not raised for domestic tranquility. Most of his romantic relationships involve psychological turmoil,” Isaacson observes.
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A24 Developing Film Based on Elon Musk Biography “Elon Musk” by Walter Isaacson
According to Variety, A24 won the bidding war after intense competition between studios and filmmakers to turn Isaacson’s book into a film.
Aronofsky’s surreal cinematic style often includes psychological elements, evident in his films like “Requiem for a Dream,” “Black Swan” and “Mother.” It remains to be seen how the critically acclaimed director will bring the billionaire’s life to the screen.
Internet unimpressed with potential Elon Musk biopic
News of a possible biopic about the Tesla founder did not arouse public interest. Musk’s public approval took a turn for the worse after he acquired Twitter and renamed it X.
Reactions on social media suggest that it is difficult for people to digest the fact that a director like Aronofsky, who usually focuses on psychological fiction, is captaining such a project.
One user asked: “Is this about Twitter or X?” »
Is it Twitter or X? 🤔
– Rahmat MK ⸆⸉ (@rhmtmk) November 10, 2023
Another said: “I can’t wait to not watch this movie. »
I can’t wait to see this movie
— James (@SuspicousQueer) November 10, 2023
“Is this going to be called ‘kill a bluebird,'” one user asked, referring to the Twitter mascot.
Is this going to be called “To Kill a Bluebird”
– CBAesthetics (@CLBAesthetics) November 10, 2023
A fourth user said: “Darren bro, why man. After The Whale, you want to make a movie about Musk, what?”
Darren brother, why man.
After The Whale, you want to make a film about Musk? 😲
— Joseph Reid (@reidjoey11) November 10, 2023
“Oh no, this is the one where they’re going to show that Elon Musk is a robot,” another joked.
Oh no, this is the one where they will show that Elon Musk is a robot
— 🄰🅁🄸🄱🄻🄰🅉🄴 𝕏 🇮🇳 (@ariblazeog) November 10, 2023
Users also shared many funny memes showing their disappointment with the project, saying that they were not very excited to watch it.
– 💗🎃Gracie Mack🎃💗 (@GracieMack2002) November 11, 2023
– Rose (@0yebi) November 10, 2023
– Lucas Ytp 2023 (@2023Ytp) November 10, 2023
— 🛸 ⛓𓌹*♰*𓌺⛓ 👽 (@inmyhovercraft) November 10, 2023
— NOIVAS. (@noivaswright) November 10, 2023
– Cam Yocz ☘️ (@camyoppenheimer) November 10, 2023
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