'We're gonna try': Jeremy Allen White plans to sing in Bruce Springsteen biopic Deliver Me From Nowhere

Jeremy Allen White is determined to do his own singing when he portrays Bruce Springsteen in the biopic 'Deliver Me From Nowhere'.



Jeremy Allen White is planning to sing in Deliver Me From Nowhere
Jeremy Allen White is planning to sing in Deliver Me From Nowhere

Jeremy Allen White intends to do his own singing in the Bruce Springsteen biopic 'Deliver Me From Nowhere'.

The 33-year-old actor will play The Boss in the biopic about the making of the rock icon's 1982 album 'Nebraska' and is planning to do his own vocal performances in the picture.

Asked about singing at the premiere of season three of 'The Bear' on Tuesday (25.06.24), Jeremy said: "We're gonna try. We're gonna try our best."

Jeremy also revealed that he is yet to meet Springsteen and wants to go through his own "process" before spending time with the 'Born To Run' hitmaker.

He said: "We've communicated a little bit through some other people, but I hope this still all comes together.

"We've still got a few things, we've got some timing stuff to work out, and I'm trying to have a bit of my own process with it before meeting the man, too."

The 'Iron Claw' star added: "I wanna try to have an understanding, so when I meet him, I'll have a bit of confidence somewhere in me to stand there."

'Deliver Me From Nowhere' is being directed for 20th Century Studios by Scott Cooper from Warren Zarnes' 2023 book of the same name that delves into the making of 'Nebraska'.

The record was Springsteen's sixth studio album and one of his most acclaimed works. The songs focused on blue-collar narratives and featured the musician performing all the instrumentals alone.

It was ranked at 150 on Rolling Stone magazine's list of the 500 Greatest Albums of All Time in 2020.

20th Century Studios chief David Greenbaum said after confirmation of the biopic earlier this year: "It is a once-in-a-lifetime honour to be collaborating with Bruce Springsteen, an inspiring and incomparable artist who represents so much to so many.

"The deep authenticity of his story is in great hands with my friend Scott Cooper whom I am thrilled to be collaborating with once again."