Glen Campbell’s Widow on Biopic: ‘They’re Working on It’
“They’re working on it, you can say that,”
“He’s a great filmmaker,” she added. Keach also produced Walk the Line, the 2005 Oscar-winning biopic tracing the early years of
In terms of casting the actors in the proposed film,
The documentary earned an Oscar nomination for Best Original Song, for “I’m Not Gonna Miss You,” penned by Campell and songwriter-producer Julian Raymond. At the time of its release, Kim Campbell noted her husband’s willingness to share even the prickliest details of his extraordinary yet challenging life.
“Glen’s always been open and honest about his life and everything that’s happened to him and its journey in his faith,” she told Rolling Stone Country. “We have a great family and we love being together…. When we got the diagnosis it scared me. I didn’t know what to expect. I think a lot of people want to hide the fact that you have Alzheimer’s. We just felt like Glen was doing really good and we just wanted to keep living our lives and celebrate being together. If you don’t have anything to hide, you’re not worried.”
Kanye West Says Jonah Hill in '21 Jump Street' 'Made Me Like Jewish People Again'
- 'Thank You Jonah Hill'