Madonna shows off her unique style in all-black ensemble… as she appears to give promotional nod to much-anticipated biopic: ‘Good Things Come to Those Who Wait’
Madonna has learned a thing or two about self-promotion over the years.
Case in point: the teasers she sends out for her much-anticipated biopic, even though the search is still on for the actress who will play the Material Girl, after more than two years in development.
It appears as though the legendary pop superstars was back at it again on Sunday, when she took to Instagram with seven new photos and wrote: ‘Good Things Come to Those Who Wait……………, along with movie camera and clapperboard emojis, which could be seen as a glaring hint at the film.
She added, ‘Wanna Race Me………,’ and sunglasses and black heart emojis.
Promo mode: Madonna, 63, showed off her unique style in an Instagram post where she appeared to send out another promo message for her much-anticipated biopic
In the first photo, Madonna (born Madonna Louise Ciccone), 63, can be seen sitting in a white chair in front of some sort of rusted shed or building wall behind her.
And as always, she’s showcasing her unique fashion-forward style decked out in a black shorts ensemble that’s complete with matching jacket and sheer top.
For an added touch, she rocked a pair of black stockings that came up to just over her knees with a pair of white moon boots.
And in a homage to her 1980’s fashionista ways, she accessorized with fingerless black leather gloves and several necklaces, which included at least one large crucifix.
A second photo shows a closeup of her legs and moon boots as she straddled an orange bucket that read: ‘Let’s do this,’ on the side of it.
Artsy: In the post, the Rebel Heart star showcased her fashion-forward style decked out in a black shorts ensemble that’s complete with matching jacket and sheer top
A second photo showed a closeup of her legs and moon boots as she straddled an orange bucket that read: ‘Let’s do this,’ on the side of it.
She shed the jacket to give her 17.7 million Instagram fans and followers a better look at her outfit in another image showing her couching down. Always the one to have an eye for art, there’s a bald mannequin to her left as she appears to be shuffling through a bag in front of her.
The Rebel Heart star also posted a red graphic image of a face mask with horns, as well as a backside image of her wearing the jacket again inside a warehouse of sorts. In this black-and-white photo, her long locks are flowing along her frontside, about a couple of feet past her shoulders.
Edgy: The post also included a red graphic image of a face mask with horns
Gritty: There’s also a backside image of her inside a warehouse of sorts, which is the first of two black-and-white photos
She would again take off the jacket to reveal her sheer top while striking a pose as she sat in a white bathtub.
Flashing a serious stare into the camera and her hands clasped, the Like A Virgin songstress appeared to be still in that very same warehouse.
And lastly, Madonna looks to be leaving the warehouse out a large doorway, in the second of the two black-and-white images in the post. She can be seen from her backside, still dressed in the same ensemble, with an awaiting car with its light on to her left.
Cleansing: Madonna revealed her sheer top while striking a pose in a white bathtub
Away she goes: And lastly, Madonna looks to be leaving the warehouse out a large doorway, in the second of the two black-and-white images in the post
It’s been more than four months since Madonna revealed that she was almost done writing the screenplay for her upcoming biopic.
Since then, there have been countless reports of the audition process, in the hunt for that perfect person to play the singer-songwriter as a young woman.
The most written about contenders for the role include Julia Garner (Ozark, Inventing Anna), Florence Pugh (Little Women), Alexa Demie (Euphoria), and the newest name to the list, Emma Laird (Mayor Of Kingstown), according to The Hollywood Reporter.
Madonna is said to be in the driver’s seat in terms of power as the co-writer and director. Basically, she has the final say on who plays her as the aspiring pop diva.
Those auditions have been said to be ‘grueling’ training sessions lasting up to 11 hours a day with Madonna herself and her choreographer. Plus, it’s rumored that once the perfect Madonna is actually chosen, they will still need to undergo several months of intense training before filming begins
The search continues: More than four months after Madonna revealed that she was almost done writing the screenplay for her upcoming biopic, there have been countless reports of the ‘grueling’ audition process, in the hunt for the actress to play the Material Girl
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