Clara Bow Biopic Confirmed To Be Heading To Big Screen | Film News
A star airbrushed from movie history. Variety has confirmed that a biopic of the silent film star, Clara Bow, is heading for the big screen. The film is set to be an adaptation of David Stenns biography of the star, and will start shooting at the beginning of next year.
After starring as a shop girl, Clara Bow went on to make more than 50 more films, named the top box office draw of 1928 and 1929. However the international star had schizophrenia that was the focus of a high-profile lawsuit that involved her secretary. David Silver, who is set to produce the film commented:
“The Clara Bow story is one of the most intriguing stories in all of Hollywood, she was an amazing actress and overcame countless obstacles in her rise to stardom”.
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