Bob Marley’s biopic to focus on 1970s recording of his Exodus album


Bob Marley’s biopic will center on the 1970s recording of his iconic Exodus album.

Reinaldo Marcus Green The film’s director, who previously directed King Richard, revealed some details about the film’s plot.
The biopic appears to be about Marley’s life after the 1976 assassination attempt at his 56 Hope Road home in St Andrew.
Following that shooting, Bob Marley flew to London to get away from the politics, and it was also in London that he recorded one of his critically acclaimed albums, Exodus.

Marley was shot on December 3, 1976, and the bullets grazed his chest and struck his arm. The attack also injured his wife Rita and manager Don Taylor. The assignation   attempt was carried out by seven heavily armed men.
The making of the album will also be depicted in the film. Exodus was the legendary reggae star’s ninth studio album, released in June 1977 by Island Records.