Starring as Gravik in Secret Invasion, Kingsley Ben-Adir has now been transformed into legendary reggae singer Bob Marley.
Paramount Pictures has released a trailer Bob Marley: One Love which was directed by Reinaldo Marcus Green. Kingsley Ben-Adir will play Bob Marley, using his best acting chops to portray the successful reggae singer.
Bob Marley is one of the most influential artists of the 1970s, famous for his Jamaican flag. This legendary figure is about to have his own biopic of him.
Movie Bob Marley: One Love The upcoming release will follow the life and career of the artist known for hits like “No Woman, No Cry” and “Three Little Birds.”
Viewers get a glimpse of the various stages of Marley’s life throughout the trailer, from his early years in Jamaica to his rise to global fame. A look at Marley’s onstage appearance for the singer relaxing with his family depicts his life.
The trailer also previews the assassination attempt on Marley, which he manages to save. In the end, the audience is left with a parting line: “One love, one heart, one destiny.”
The project will continue the trend for major studios to produce films based on the lives of music legends or icons during their heyday, such as Elvis, Bohemian Rhapsody, AND rocketman.
A little about Bob Marley, a singer who was born in Jamaica in 1945. Thanks to his great love for music, he was part of a group that went by different names in the early days of his career.
Bob Marley began his career as a collective before becoming a successful solo singer. Rita, played by Lashana Lynch, Marley’s wife in One Love.
The couple Marley and Lashana had three children together, and lived happily until Bob’s tragic death in 1981. On the other hand, Jesse Cilio will play the singer’s father.
Before he could play Bob Marley, we last saw Kingsley Ben-Adir as the main antagonist in The secret invasionhe plays Gravik, a Skrull leader.
In addition, Ben-Adir will appear as one of the many versions of Ken in this summer’s Barbie movie, a film due out in July starring Robbie Margot.