Biographies are an annual companion to the film offerings, but it's still really interesting that we still haven't seen feature films about some important personalities. These weeks, they are filming a movie about Freddie Mercury, the legendary singer of the band Queen, and a movie about JRR Tolkien, the author of the Lord of the Rings books, will also see the big screen. We also looked at some personalities who could be material for an interesting film.
7 famous people, which deserve their own movies:
The genius of Serbian descent has already been part of films, as he was played by David Bowie in The Prestige (2006). There have been rumors about his biography for several years, but nothing concrete has been done yet.
The Croatian basketball player is considered one of the best Europeans who played this sport. Unfortunately, he died in a car accident when he was only 28 years old. His story would be interesting not only because of basketball, but also because of the political situation that prevailed in the Balkans at the beginning of the nineties.
Orson Welles is an actor and director who, at a very young age, made Citizen Kane (1941), one of the best films of all time. He later had major problems with alcohol and weight, and is thus considered a troubled genius who perhaps could have achieved much more.
The musician, actor and artist may have died only last year, but his interesting personality would be just right for an interesting film. We believe that this will happen in the future, but until then we can still admire his music and appearance in many films.
A famous scientist who is the only female winner of two Nobel Prizes. Unfortunately, the discovery of radioactive elements also led to her death, as she died from exposure to radioactivity.
An excellent documentary Senna (2010) has already been made about the Brazilian Formula 1 racer, but we believe he would also deserve attention in a feature film. The Race of Life (Rush, 2013) also proved that films about Formula 1 and their drivers can be interesting.
The controversial American president appeared in films even before his term, as he can be caught for a moment in the comedies Home Alone (1990) and Zoolander (2001). Surely those more political directors will make a film about him and what can happen that it will be Oliver Stone, since he has already tackled three different American presidents.