The biopic movie for Bob Dylan, A Complete Unknown, is reportedly getting a streaming release. Timothée Chalamet is set to star as the American singer-songwriter.
Despite the ongoing WGA strike, the movie will begin filming this August. World of Reel announced that the Searchlight film is allegedly streaming on Disney+ or Hulu instead of in theaters. But these details haven’t been confirmed nor denied.
According to the synopsis, the movie “follows 19 year old Bob Dylan’s arrival to New York City in 1961 seeking to find his hero, an ailing Woody Guthrie.”
The synopsis also says A Complete Unknown highlights “Dylan’s ascendance into a cultural phenomenon, his strong relationships in the folk music world and his ultimate transition away from folk music, forming a band, confusing his fans and disappointing the music community who first took him in.”
So far, A Complete Unknown stars Timothée Chalamet, Benedict Cumberbatch, Elle Fanning, Boyd Holbrook, and Monica Barbaro.