Jennifer Hudson is waiting for the premiere of his new movie “Respect”, a biographical tape that recounts the life and work of Aretha Franklin. In recent weeks he has been in charge of giving advances as he did recently with the soundtrack of the film entitled “Here I Am” as the only original song.
In your account Instagram the Oscar winner showed a short clip of the original score of the piece co-written with Carole King and co-writer Jamie Hartman (who has worked with Lewis Capaldi or Christina Aguilera) collaborated to make it possible. While in production the person in charge is wiill.i.am., A former member of the Black Eyed Peas.
In just a couple of hours, the publication added thousands of reproductions and hundreds of comments from fans who follow the daily updates on the social networks of Jennifer Hudson. To play the diva, the actress had to return to her origins in music by taking piano lessons and drawing inspiration from all the encounters they had before her death.
The movie “Respect” follow the rise of the career of Aretha Franklin from a girl singing in her father’s church choir to her international stardom. The film is the remarkable true story of the music icon’s journey to find his voice and represents director Liesl Tommy’s film debut after being nominated for a Tony Award for a play in 2016.
Jennifer Hudson she can afford to have been chosen by Aretha Franklin herself to play her on the big screen, as she will now do in the biopic entitled “Respect.” The trailer that has already seen the light, shows the interpreter in the most important facets of the life of the soul legend, from his beginnings as a singer in a Baptist church to his fight for the civil rights of the African-American community.