‘ET’ recently confirmed that Cameron Crowe, the writer/director of ‘Almost Famous,’ is bringing the cult classic to the musical stage. Tom Kitt will be in charge of the music and Jeremy Herrin has signed on to direct the production.
The official announcement came days after Crowe took to Twitter, teasing some possible music for the venture. Though the film, released in 2000, bombed at the box office, it was nominated for four Academy Awards and gained a large underground following.
In 2017, Kate Hudson, who stars in the film, talked about re-visiting the movie with her son, Ryder Robinson. Kate Hudson, on ‘Watch What Happens Live With Andy Cohen’ Don’t hold your breath for Hudson to appear in a sequel though. The actress said that it “would be fun. But I wouldn’t wanna touch that,” according to ‘ET.’