What's it like when Mick makes you his movie's leading man? The legendary rocker-turned-Hollywood producer and 'Get On Up' star Chadwick Boseman reveal what went on behind the scenes to bring James Brown back to life.
The two producers along with director Tate Taylor share why they wanted to do a feature on the life of the legendary soul singer. "Mick Jagger and I are thrilled to be producing 'Get On Up, it is true story, completely inspirational," says Grazer. "We are celebrating his life and his accomplishments."Read more
The "42" star took on the daunting task of playing the Godfather of Soul by working hard and taking things "one step at a time," his co-stars and director Tate Taylor told THR at the Universal biopic's debut at Harlem's Apollo Theater.Read more
The Rolling Stones frontman was joined on NBC's "Today" by the cast, director and producers of the upcoming James Brown biopic "Get On Up" and talked about what they loved about the Godfather of Soul.Read more
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