Creed singer Scott Stapp will play legendary crooner Frank Sinatra within the forthcoming movie Reagan, a biopic about Ronald Reagan. The film chronicles the heyday of the actor who would turn into the fortieth president of america.
It is the Creed frontman’s characteristic movie debut, as Billboard reported on Wednesday (Dec. 16). The film incorporates a scene the place Stapp performs as Sinatra at Los Angeles’ storied Cocoanut Grove nightclub, again when Reagan was the Display Actors Guild’s president and a famous Hollywood common.
For his half, Stapp appeared excited to embody “Ol’ Blue Eyes.” It is actually a change from the kind of entertainer the Creed singer’s used to being because the frontman of the multi-platinum rock band.
“Sinatra in efficiency mode was an train in restraint,” Stapp supplied in an announcement. “He had this steely, trendy swagger and his sheer presence commanded a room. I used to be excited to affix the solid and blown away by the on-set consideration to element, fashion, and general manufacturing.”
Reagan‘s solid additionally contains Dennis Quaid within the function of Ronald Reagan, Penelope Ann Miller as Nancy Reagan, Mena Suvari as Reagan’s first spouse, Kevin Dillon as Jack Warner and Jon Voight as a KGB spy. It is directed by Sean McNamara.
“We’re honored to have Scott in Reagan,” McNamara stated. “Scott’s recognized for large, excessive vitality performances so it was a thrill to see him shift gears to embody Sinatra’s contained charisma.”
The film’s scheduled for launch someday in 2021. Solely then will viewers be capable to see if Stapp’s appearing chops can take them increased, because the musician’s music with Creed has carried out previously.