Madonna needs no introduction. She is one of the most successful female entertainers of all time—which is why it’s surprising it’s taken so long for someone to make a film chronicling her rise to international stardom. Yesterday afternoon, Universal Pictures confirmed that it’s picked up Blond Ambition, a film script written by Elyse Hollander. Named after Madonna’s 1990 Blond Ambition world tour, the film is Hollander’s first screenplay to be picked up by a major corporation.
Blond Ambition will be set in the early 1980s and will chart Madonna’s move from her hometown in Michigan to New York City. From there it will follow her struggle to balance her personal life while trying to find success in a male-dominated music industry that wasn’t always kind to women. The film will also show Madonna at work on her debut, self-title album which was released in 1983 and featured hits like “Holiday” and “Lucky Star.”
There’s no word on who’s slated to tackle the role of Madonna just yet, but according to a story by The Hollywood Reporter, the film will be produced by Michael de Luca of Fifty Shades of Grey fame.END
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