Sharon and Ozzy Osbourne’s ‘insane and dangerous’ romance getting a biopic

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Ozzy and sharon Osbourne A romanticist movie based connected the emotion communicative of Ozzy and Sharon Osbourne is coming to theaters from Sony Pictures. Vianney Le Caer/Invision/AP

Ozzy and Sharon Osbourne’s emotion communicative is headed to the large screen.

A biopic based connected the longtime mates is coming from Sony Pictures, Variety reported, and Oscar nominee Lee Hall (“Billy Elliot”) volition constitute the screenplay.

“Our narration astatine times was often wild, insane and unsafe but it was our undying emotion that kept america together,” said Sharon, 69, successful a statement. “We’re thrilled to spouse with Sony Pictures and Polygram to bring our communicative to the screen.”

Sharon and 2 of her children, Jack and Aimée, are producing the movie via their statement Osbourne Media.

Many songs from Ozzy’s stone set Black Sabbath arsenic good arsenic from his solo vocation volition play a immense relation successful the movie.

The biopic volition chronicle Ozzy, 72, and Sharon’s narration and however they fell successful love. The brace person been joined since 1982 aft dating for 3 years.

Their family’s antics were immortalized erstwhile earlier during their MTV world show, “The Osbournes.” The bid aired from 2002 until 2005 and featured a look into the home beingness of the dense metallic vocalist and his family. Jack, 35, and the couple’s different daughter, 36-year-old Kelly, appeared heavy successful the show.

However, contempt the bid being 1 of MTV’s most-watched at the clip of its premiere, Aimée, 38, refused to person immoderate portion of the production.

Ozzy and sharon OsbourneOzzy and Sharon met successful 1979 and joined successful 1982.FilmMagic

She explained past twelvemonth her reasonings for not appearing connected the world amusement successful an interrogation with New York’s Q1043 vigor program.

“For me, I had grown up astir having a beauteous well-known dada anyway, and … I ever truly valued my privateness wrong that family,” Aimée said.

The instrumentalist continued, “And for maine personally, and for who I am, you know, arsenic acold arsenic morally and besides conscionable to springiness myself a accidental to really make into a quality being arsenic opposed to conscionable being remembered for being a teenager, it didn’t truly enactment up with what I saw my aboriginal as.”

“It decidedly worked large for the remainder of my family, but for me, and who I am, I conscionable knew it was ne'er thing that I would person been capable to see realistically,” Aimée added. “Weirdly, I deliberation I was much mature past than I americium now.”