The David Bowie biopic Stardust has mixed reviews at Tribeca Film Festival

The first trailer for the David Bowie biopic 'Stardust' is here and things are not hunky-dory

The first trailer for the David Bowie biopic 'Stardust' is here and things are not hunky-dory

For the film, Flynn - who plays in a folk act Johnny Flynn & The Sussex Wit- penned an original Bowie-inspired track for the film "Good Ol" Jane'. Enter "Stardust", British filmmaker Gabriel Vary's biographical drama in regards to the lifetime of the music sensation earlier than he grew to become a worldwide cultural icon. His credits include "Lovesick" on Netflix and 'Emma', which hit cinemas earlier this year.

The film, starring singer and actor Johnny Flynn in the lead role, tracks Bowie as he sets out on a tour of the USA and creates his alter-ego, Ziggy Stardust. One of the greatest icons in the history of music.

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IFC Films today released the first trailer for Stardust, a biopic from iconic musician David Bowie. It stars Johnny Flynn as David Bowie, Marc Maron and Jena Malone. "It's a swish, successful efficiency at its finest when Flynn is allowed to go actually wild". Leaving behind his pregnant wife Angie (Jena Malone), Bowie and his band embark on a makeshift coast-to-coast promotional tour with struggling Mercury Records publicist Rob Oberman (Marc Maron). It was premiered virtually at the 2020 Tribeca film festival. The director is finest recognized for his fictional political-documentary "Loss of life of a President" and "The Day Britain Stopped", which gained a Royal Tv Society Craft and Design Award.

Watch the trailer for Stardust below. It's now set to be released November 25 on VOD/streaming and they've just shared the trailer.

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