If you were already excited about the two Alexander McQueen-inspired films coming out, we're about to make your day. McQueen is the latest biopic in the works about the iconic designer's life - only this time it will go down a different direction to its counterparts.
While we can't wait to see British actor Jack O'Connell (who shares an uncanny resembles to him) feature in Andrew Haigh's biopic, and watch The Ripper, another McQueen-inspired film about his relationship with Isabella Blow. McQueen will more specifically focus on the inspiring story of the designer going from a working-class boy to international prestidge.
Written by Peter Ettedgui, who brought us Marlon Brando's doco Listen to Me Marlon, the new doco will offer viewers a different perspective of the designer, explained as a "cinematic explosion of human energy," according to The Hollywood Reporter.
"I moved to London from Paris in the '90s much in part because of McQueen," explains the film's director, Ian Bonhôte. "His sense of style became synonymous with the city's raw energy and edginess, and I know of no other contemporary designer to ignite such an immediate visceral response from an audience - it was so exhilarating!"
The film will be launched by Embankment Films, who are yet to confirm who'll be playing the honourable role of the designer. But if we can go off the other two films - we have a feeling it's going to be great.