Ed Skrein starring ‘I Used To Be Famous’ a Netflix UK Movie First Look Released; Exclusive by Variety.
The director of movie is Eddie Sternberg, a debut & produced by Collie McCarthy for Netflix.
‘I Used To Be Famous’ movie brings viewers 2 sides of the similar music world clashing with one another.
The trailer of I Used To Be Famous was released by Netflix on Monday. Variety presented first-look images.
This movie is the first one from Netflix UK originals & will release in selected theatres in the UK.
The release date for theatres is September 9th & for Netflix, it is September 16th.
As per Sternberg, he wished to create a movie with the British Heart, and he did.
The movie is set in Peckham, which is well known to be one of the working class & culturally diverse neighbourhoods of South East London.
The 2 principal characters are, Vince, a former lead singer of boy band & Stevie, an autistic teenager who is a gifted drummer.
Music is said to be essence of movie & perspective of it comes from interaction of Sternberg with boy & girl bands.
The filmmakers worked very closely with the National Autistic Society & Access All Areas.
For production, Tricia Hitchcock from Areas All Areas’ was a creative coach for Long during production.
Hitchcock also was seen working along with the other cast members, especially Eleanor Matsuura & Ed Skrein.
Sternberg says the soundtrack is completely super diverse and that it all kind of fits.
With such an interesting explanation, definitely, the movie, when released on Netflix, will be a hit.