Sinatra 

The life story of legendary singer and actor, Frank Sinatra.

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Comments: Martin Scorsese has exited the project.
Updated: 6 January 2017
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The life story of legendary singer and actor, Frank Sinatra.

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Ideas for a Sinatra biopic (for the big screen) have been floating around Hollywood for decades. Martin Scorsese is a huge fan and has mentioned being very interested in making a film about Sinatra on several occasions. This will be the first and only "official" film on the singer's life. See more »

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