Reid was also portrayed by Aidan Gillen in the Queen and Freddie Mercury biopic Bohemian Rhapsody , due to his management of the British rock group in the mid-seventies. Born September 9, , Reid grew up in the Scottish town of Paisley which borders Glasgow to the east. The son of a welder and a shop worker, he reportedly attended Stow College in Glasgow for a short time before striking out for London in At age 18 Reid entered the music business as a promoter for EMI.
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When real life meets the big screen, accuracy is often sacrificed for artistic license. Where did the film go wrong, exactly? It shows Elton backing some American artists, when he and Taupin met, which was way back in Elton and Bernie actually got together 2 years later, in In reality however, Williams was already a seasoned manager, having worked with names such as Sonny and Cher and The Kinks.
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Elton John's 'Rocketman' biopic is an outlandishly fun look at the singer's life. But is it accurate? We separate the fact from the fiction. The new Elton John movie Rocketman never pretends to be a traditional biopic. With all that in mind, fact-checking the movie may seem like an unfair exercise.
Instead of trying to realistically portray Elton John 's life between his childhood and sobriety, it opts for brushstrokes that are as broad as they come. Elaborately choreographed musical numbers drive the plot forward and portray the most important beats of John's life via song and dance, with few restraints as to how unrealistic things are going to get. So, yeah, decidedly not a documentary. One of Rocketman's most powerful moments is a scene based on Elton John's real-life suicide attempt. The movie's version has the drunk and evidently depressed John downing a handful of pills, stumbling onto the diving board of his mansion's pool, declaring that his "next trick" will be killing himself, and going limp as he falls in the water.