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I Used to Be Famous


‘I Used to Be Famous’: Ed Skrein is a faded popstar in new Netflix film

The film will be available in select cinemas before arriving on Netflix.

Netflix has unveiled the trailer and poster for upcoming film ‘I Used to Be Famous’.

Starring Ed Skrein (‘Deadpool’), Leo Long (making his screen debut), Eleanor Matsuura (‘The Walking Dead’), Lorraine Ashbourne (‘Bridgerton’), Eoin Macken (‘Resident Evil: The Final Chapter’) and Stanley Morgan (‘Prizefighter: The Life of Jem Belcher’), the film is the debut feature from director Eddie Sternberg.

Vince (Ed Skrein) used to be in the hottest boy band around. Now he’s alone and desperate. An impromptu jam with Stevie (newcomer Leo Long), an autistic drummer with an incredible gift for rhythm, sparks an unexpected friendship. Together they form a unique bond through the power of music.

‘I Used to Be Famous’ is written by Eddie Sternberg and Zak Klein, and produced by Collie McCarthy. The film is executive produced by Damian Jones (‘The Lady In The Van’) and Paul Grindey of Viewfinder Film (‘The Father’)

Take a look at the poster below:

I Used to Be Famous
Credit: Netflix

‘I Used to Be Famous’ will be in select cinemas from 9th September and available on Netflix from 16th September 2022.


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