A biographical film of Elon Musk produced by the A24 studio with Darren Aronofsky on board to direct, as confirmed by the Variety portal.
The authorized biography of Walter Isaacson about the controversial tech mogul, which was published in September, will serve as the basis for the script. The book Steve Jobs by Isaacson was previously adapted into the 2015 Universal film of the same name, starring Michael Fassbender as the CEO of Apple.
Sources told Variety that there was heated competition to pick up Isaacson’s book from both studios and filmmakers, with A24 ultimately winning the bidding war. Aronofsky, who most recently directed last year’s Oscar contender “The whale”starring Brendan Fraser, is known for his surreal film style, which often includes psychological elements. His previous credits include “Requiem for a Dream” (2000), “Black Swan” (2010) and “Mother!” (2017). For his work on “Black Swan,” Aronofsky was nominated for an Oscar for best director, while Portman ended up winning the award for best actress.
The life of Elon Musk
Musk first rose to fame when he founded SpaceXa spacecraft manufacturing company, in 2002. He was also an early investor in Tesla and eventually rose through the ranks to become president of the auto giant (a position he resigned in 2018 after being sued by the SEC). , product architect and CEO.
More recently, Musk made the controversial decision to buy Twitter for $44 billion and renamed it X. Since taking control of the social media platform, Musk has made several changes that have resulted in backlash, including the firing of a large number of the company’s employees. charge users for verification and remove link holders shared on the site. He is currently the richest person in the world, with Bloomberg and Forbes estimating his net worth to be over $200 billion as of October.
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