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Scott Stapp to Portray Frank Sinatra in Upcoming Ronald Reagan Biopic

Written by on December 18, 2020

Creed frontman Scott Stapp will make his feature film debut by portraying Frank Sinatra in the upcoming biopic Reagan. Stapp will perform as Sinatra at the famed Cocoanut Grove, at a time when Ronald Reagan was president of the Screen Actors Guild and the club was a staple of old Hollywood. 

Stapp says in a statement, “Sinatra in performance mode was an exercise in restraint. He had this steely, stylish swagger and his sheer presence commanded a room. I was excited to join the cast and blown away by the on-set attention to detail, style, and overall production.”

Reagan stars Dennis Quaid in the titular role, with Penelope Ann Miller as Nancy Reagan, Mena Suvari as Reagan’s first wife Jane Wyman, Kevin Dillon as Jack Warner, and Jon Voight as a KGB agent who tracked Reagan for decades. The film is planned for a 2021 release.

Creed’s Scott Stapp to play Frank Sinatra in upcoming Ronald Reagan biopic

Via www.kerrang.com
 

Editorial credit: DFree / Shutterstock.com

Creed frontman Scott Stapp will make his feature film debut by portraying Frank Sinatra in the upcoming biopic Reagan. Stapp will perform as Sinatra at the famed Cocoanut Grove, at a time when Ronald Reagan was president of the Screen Actors Guild and the club was a staple of old Hollywood. 

Stapp says in a statement, “Sinatra in performance mode was an exercise in restraint. He had this steely, stylish swagger and his sheer presence commanded a room. I was excited to join the cast and blown away by the on-set attention to detail, style, and overall production.”

Reagan stars Dennis Quaid in the titular role, with Penelope Ann Miller as Nancy Reagan, Mena Suvari as Reagan’s first wife Jane Wyman, Kevin Dillon as Jack Warner, and Jon Voight as a KGB agent who tracked Reagan for decades. The film is planned for a 2021 release.

Creed’s Scott Stapp to play Frank Sinatra in upcoming Ronald Reagan biopic

Via www.kerrang.com
 

Editorial credit: DFree / Shutterstock.com


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