Dear Ozzy: Thank you for perpetually reminding us why pop provocateurs like [lastfm]Lady Gaga[/lastfm] cannot outshine your endearing insanity. This insanity might be a product of a genetic mutation that granted you eternal life, putting the “nut” in health nut, or have led your new moniker of “Doctor of Darkness.” But it is our new favorite factoid about you that puts the faux-freaks to shame: in the biopic of your life, you would rather play…your mother.
Is it Oedipal or is it just the awesomeness of [lastfm]Ozzy Osbourne[/lastfm]? Click more for the devilish deets!
[lastfm]Ozzy Osbourne[/lastfm] does not want to appear in his own biopic, I am Ozzy, as himself. He’s leaving the job up to a man who could rock the “Prince of Darkness” look in his wench-loving, swashbucklin’ sleep: Johnny Depp. Well, according to Osbourne, Depp or some unknown dude:
“Johnny Depp is much better looking than me, but he was all set to be me in the film. That would be good. But I’d also like an unknown guy from Birmingham to get the part.”
[lastfm]Ozzy Osbourne [/lastfm] would rather play…his mother. Or Lemmy from[lastfm]Motorhead[/lastfm].
“I don’t really want to be in it. At least I’m hoping I won’t. Although I wouldn’t mind a cameo – that would be fun. I could play my mother or Lemmy from [lastfm]Motorhead[/lastfm]!”
We are sure his mother would be pleased to know that she looks like a heavy metal superstar after years of intoxicant abuse and occult worship with the ladies.
Osbourne is not going to pull an Eddie Murphy and play more than one important woman in his life; Sharon Osbourne has decided she wants the sweet-faced Carey Mulligan of An Education to play her, “That lady from An Education could play me – she’s fabulous!”
Just the idea of [lastfm]Ozzy Osbourne[/lastfm] playing his mother is enough fabulous-ness for one biopic, Sharon!
- What do you think? Whom would you cast in a biopic about [lastfm]Ozzy Osbourne[/lastfm]’s life?