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Will Elon Musk be on your screens soon? It is in any case very likely, given that a biopic on the life of the billionaire is in preparation. According to Reuters, New York studio A24 has obtained the rights to Walter Isaacson’s biography of the creator of Tesla.
A source close to the matter claims that the director has even already been chosen. This is Darren Aronofsky. The 54-year-old man is notably known for being the director of the thriller Black Swan, released in 2010, and Requiem for a Dream, released in 2000.
One of his latest creations, The Whale (2023), won the Oscars for best actor, best makeup and best hairstyle. The choice of the latter for the Elon Musk biopic flattered the main interested party. “I’m happy Darren is doing it. He’s one of the best”he reacted on his social network, X:
Glad Darren is doing it. He is one of the best.
— Elon Musk (@elonmusk) November 10, 2023
Musk still delighted after the release of the film?
It remains to be seen what treatment will be given, in this creation, to the divisive and controversial personality that is Elon Musk. The latter is, in fact, described as a “big child” by Walter Isaacson, author of his biography.
The billionaire does not lack clear statements on certain subjects. This concerns, for example, the need to save Humanity, which he considers doomed if it remains on Earth. His many projects do not fail to provoke reactions.
The fact remains that the latter is the founder of SpaceX in 2002, of Tesla and also of Neuralink. This biopic will undoubtedly be very interesting to better understand the personality of the richest man in the world.
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To sum up
Elon Musk will be entitled to his biopic. The founder of Tesla will be at the heart of a film directed by Darren Aronofsky (Black Swan, Requiem for a Dream,…) by the A24 studio. All based on an adaptation of Walter Isaacson’s biography.
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