Sharon Osbourne Says Upcoming Biopic Is Not A Family Film: "It's An Adult Film For Adults"

Sharon Osbourne Says Upcoming Biopic Is Not A Family Film
August 13, 2020 - 19:53 / Amanda Stanford

Sharon Osbourne is making sure anticipating viewers of the upcoming biopic following her and her husband Ozzy Osbourne's life know it won't be a family film! The ex-talkshow host and mother of three shares the biopic is a story people can relate to.

Sharon Osbourne is getting real about the story of her life with her famous rockstar husband, Ozzy Osbourne.

The mother of three shares that the biopic re-telling her life won't have a squeaky clean image, and tells anticipating viewers to keep their kiddos at home while they watch it on the big screen.

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Sharon Osbourne is getting real about the upcoming biopic featuring her and Ozzy Osbourne's wild ride of life! The mother of three and previous talk show host is warning those in anticipation of the film that is won't be "squeaky clean." 

The movie, based on their earlier days, is still in the early stages of development but is very well underway.

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"From what I understand, it's about Sharon and I's relationship," Ozzy said of the film to Rolling Stone

"It’s how we met, fell in love, and how we married. She’s my other half. She grew up a lot with me, and I grew up a lot with her," he continued.

Sharon and Ozzy met back in 1971, and when Ozzy left Black Sabbath to embark on his own solo career, Sharon supported him and became the rock legend's manager.

The two tied the knot in a Hawaiian ceremony in 1983.

"I hope it will be a story that everybody can relate to," Sharon said to the magazine.

"You don’t have to be a fan of the music, because it’s a story about a survivor," she added. "No matter what life throws at you, you pick yourself up and you start again. It’s just an amazing story of overcoming everything that’s thrown at you in your life."

"It’s not like, 'rock & roll, crazy, and now I’m a granddad.' It’s so much more than that," she added.

There is no official release date set, but the movie is under works.