Brett Ratner will return to director’s chair Untitled Milli Vanilli Project, A long-term passion for the project Busy time Director. Deadline reports that Ratner’s Ratepack Entertainment has signed a deal with Millennium Media to develop the project, which Ratner has been trying to land for at least ten years. The sale has reportedly launched ahead of the upcoming virtual EFM. No official comment has yet been provided by Rattner or Millennium.
Milli Vanilli life rights were acquired from band member Fab Morvan and the film would include the group’s most famous hits. Including “Girl You Know It’s True” written by Kevin Liles; Liles will also serve as an executive producer for the film. Will be directed using a screenplay directed by Ratner Rush 2 and 3 hours Author Jeff Nathanson.
Brett Ratner, Who helmed the films Busy time Trilogy, red Dragon, And X-Men: The Last Stand, Has not directed a feature Very strong man Was released in 2014. In 2017, the director was accused of sexually assaulting fewer than seven women, including actresses Olivia Munn and Natasha Henstridge. Opposing Warner Bros. not renewing its lucrative co-production deal, it immediately terminated all ties with Ratner. Ratner denied the allegations in a statement released at the time.
“In light of the accusations, I am choosing to personally get away from all Warner Bros. related activities.” “Until these personal issues are resolved, I do not want to have any potential negative impact on the studio.”
Since his Warner Bros. exit, Ratner has been keeping a low profile. He quietly returned to filmmaking in 2019 as a producer Georgetown, A crime drama by Christoph Waltz, starring Waltz, Vanessa Redgrave and Annette Binging. Earlier this month, it was also reported that Ratner’s studio Ratac Entertainment had acquired the rights to the lives of Jaime and Joel Rogozinski, the founders of WallchatBats. WallStreetBets is a subredit known for its role in the well-publicized GameStop Stock Mania last month.
From Munich, Germany, Milli Vanilli was founded in 1988 by music producer Frank Fryn. The pair had a breakthrough early on, consisting of Fab Morvan and Rob Pilatus, when they sold millions of records in just a few years. In 1990, the pair won a Grammy Award for Best New Artist, making the group even more popular with a future that seemed incredibly bright at the time.
Certainly, most of us would have known that things only went south from there. When it was revealed that Morvan and Pilatus were not actually performing the group’s vocals and lip syncing during a live performance, their star power fell sharply. The duo planned to return for a new album in 1998 with Morvan and Pilatus, but Pilate was found dead from an accidental overdose. Morvan later released his solo album, love Revolution, in 2003.
No other details have yet been revealed about the Milli Vanilli film, such as possible casting information or that Ratner plans to begin production soon. This news comes to us from Deadline.
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