Timothée Chalamet’s Bob Dylan Biopic Not Happening Anytime Soon, Says Dp

Way back in January Searchlight Pictures closed a deal on a new Bob Dylan biopic to be directed by James Mangold and starring Timothée Chalamet as the folk icon.

The project is centered around a controversial period in the musician’s life as he transitioned from folk to rock, and is set to mark Mangold’s first return to music biopics since 2005’s Oscar-winning Johnny Cash drama “Walk the Line.” Now, according to cinematographer Phedon Papamichael in a new interview with Collider, the film, originally titled “Going Electric” won’t be happening anytime soon and he explained why.“We were going to do Bob Dylan with Mangold that didn’t happen, with Timothée Chalamet, about going electric in the ’60s, and it would have been my third ’60s movie in a row,” said Papamichael, who last collaborated with the director on 2019’s “Ford v Ferrari.” This year, Papamichael also shot

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