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Rocketman

The other day I finally watched Rocketman, the Elton John biopic.  At some point I will watch Bohemian Rhapsody.  Any way, Rocketman was a biopic befitting Elton John.  It was part musical, part slice of life.  I have a sneaky suspicion that someone saw Taron Egerton in Kingsman and said OMG, he looks exactly like Elton John.  Because Elton shows up in the sequel to Kingsman, his first actual movie appearance.  And then shortly after, Rocketman was announced.
I kind of wonder if his autobiography follows the same storyline.  The book has to be 600 pages long.  Anyway, Taron Egerton did an amazing performance.  They actually had Taron sing the songs instead of using Elton John’s audio.

I wonder if they will do a David Bowie biopic.  I know if they do a Billy Joel biopic, it would include one of his brother in laws running off with his money and also his marriage with Christine Brinkley.

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