Nearly everyone, including those of younger generations, have at one point and time see, the the movie that has become an all time favorite and an American classic, The Wizard of Oz. This movie won the hearts of children, and adults alike. It is one that anticipated during the holidays, and it will still keep you on the edge of your seat. The star of the movie was the incomparable Judy Garland, who played the lead role of Dorothy. Judy Garland was well known in the early days for her singing, and acting ability that was flawless. The older generation can remember how she wowed the crowds with her dazzling performances.
It has been shared with the public that a biopic of the famous star is currently in production in London. This is where Judy performed her last concerts. Your text to link… The actress that will play the part of Judy Garland, Renee Zellweger, bears a striking resemblance to the star of music, and the silver screen. Many people will anxiously await the premier of this biopic that will depict the life of Judy Garland. For people who may not know of her by her given name, just mention Dorothy from the Wizard of Oz. This is a great under taking as it gives older people something to relate to.
With all of the new actors and actresses that have come onto the movie scene in recent years, it is hard for members of the golden generation to find an interest in movies, or the subject matter of the new films, and television shows. The Judy Garland biopic will definitely bring back fond memories to many who loved the beautiful, melodic voice of the singer who had an extremely lively spirit. Younger movie buffs will enjoy the fantastic part of history that this story will tell. They will learn how Judy Garland, along with others from her day and time, helped shape the music industry, which led to way for other performers. They will also realize that music has not always been heavy metal, and hip hop. This is going to be a fabulous movie whether it is made for television or for the big screen. It will justify the fact that music helped make America great.