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The Bear is The Boss: Jeremy Allen White tipped to play Bruce Springsteen

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The Bear is The Boss: Jeremy Allen White tipped to play Bruce Springsteen

Jeremy Allen White looks set to swap his white t-shirt for a vest later this year, when he takes on the role of Bruce Springsteen for a new biopic, once shooting is completed on the fourth series of hit kitchen drama The Bear.

The film, provisionally titled Deliver Me from Nowhere, will be written and directed by Crazy Heart’s Scott Cooper and centres on the making of Springsteen’s 1982 album Nebraska. It is based on Warren Zanes’ non-fiction book of the same name.

His sixth studio album, Nebraska is a stripped-down collection of dark themed tracks recorded on four-track cassette in his New Jersey bedroom. Heavily influenced by Terrence Malick’s film Badlands, Springsteen today considers the album his best work.

Two years later, he and the E Street Band released smash record Born in the USA. This week it was announced that Springsteen, now 74, had become the first non-Brit inducted into the Ivors Academy.

Springsteen had a cameo in the 2000 film High Fidelity and has been the subject of a number of documentaries, including The Promise and Letter to You. He gave his approval to 2019 film Blinded by the Light, based on the memoir by Sarfraz Manzoor about his love of Springsteen’s music, growing up in Luton.

White won a Golden Globe, Emmy and SAG award for his portrayal of erratic chef Carmy Berzatto in The Bear. He was most recently seen on the big screen in wrestling drama The Iron Claw, alongside Zac Efron.

Source: The Guardian

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