John Lennon “Nowhere Boy” Biopic Will Become a Stage Musical

The 2009 film, Nowhere Boy, which was based on John Lennon’s teenage years, will be turned into a live musical production.

The biopic focused on Lennon and his family while he formed the Quarrymen, who eventually became the Beatles.

According to Deadline, the new musical will be co-produced by Brian and Dayna Lee of AF Creative Media and Robyn Goodman and Josh Fiedler of Aged in Wood. The production aims to be premiered in the U.K. within the next few years. Yoko Ono has reportedly not authorized the musical.

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