“We couldn’t be more thrilled to be working with both of them to bring this remarkably honest and wildly entertaining tale to audiences around the world.”
“In the London clubs of the ’80s, George was impossible to miss and everyone knew he would be a star long before the world had ever heard a note of Culture Club’s iconic songs,” the British director and screenwriter shared. “I’m both honoured and excited to be the one to guide it onto the big screen.”
And Boy George himself voiced his support for the movie.
“A MOVIE! @mgm_studios Thrilling!” the 57-year-old wrote on Instagram.