Bee Gees Biopic

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The producer of Bohemian Rhapsody is now working on a new biopic for legendary rock/disco pop group The Bee Gees.

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No love for the Bee Gees?


They are one of my all-time favorite bands. They started off their career sounding like the Beatles, and then adopted the disco sound of the 70's and pretty much owned it.



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No love for the Bee Gees?


They are one of my all-time favorite bands. They started off their career sounding like the Beatles, and then adopted the disco sound of the 70's and pretty much owned it.
I love Bee Gees (Queen, Elton John, too), but not interested in any of these movies.



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Well for me, I've heard like, 3 songs from them. One of them I didn't realize was from the Bee Gees because I grew up with the cover from Destiny's Child. (Emotion) Another one I don't care very much for, and I think you can guess what number 3 is. And not only do I just not know anything about them or would consider myself a true fan of them, I didn't see Bohemian Rhapsody. I really wanted to but I think we went to see something else instead, plus I heard it was terribly inaccurate and/or average. So.....no. Not really. Sorry
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I love the Bee Gees, especially their early stuff prior to the disco years. I would definitely watch the biopic.


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