Grammy award winning Amy was just 27 years old when she died in July 2011, and now her father, Mitch, hopes her life can be celebrated with a big screen adaptation.
The life of Amy Winehouse could is being made into a big screen biopic that could rival that of recent hits like Bohemian Rhapsody and Rocket Man, says the late singer’s late father.
Mitch Winehouse, 69, hopes to turn the tragic life story of his chart topping daughter – who died in July 2011 aged 27 – and turn it into a box office smash.
The London taxi driver says he is working on developing a film which he hopes will be ready in time to hit cinemas as early as next year.
Mitch was portrayed in a negative light with the 2015 Oscar winning big screen documentary, Amy, which told the story of the British singer’s career triumphs, addiction to drink and drugs, and tragic death.