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An aging actor who looks like he’s in his 70s has landed a plum lead role in a biopic of one of Hollywood’s most beloved and enduring actors, a movie he’d like to forget.
A star of “The Graduate” and “The Hunger Games” who has won Oscars for his portrayal of George Clooney, Ron Howard’s “Green Eggs and Ham” and a host of other films, Howard is currently in the midst of writing the screenplay for his upcoming biopic about the late actor.
The movie is about the life of Howard, a prolific actor who won multiple Oscars, including for his work in “Green Eyes,” “The Green Mile” and his breakout role as Steve Austin in “The Amazing Spider-Man.”
Howard’s longtime agent, Michael Meehan, said in an interview that the production company behind the project is a longtime friend of Howard’s.
The writer said he is interested in working with the actor, who died last year, for whom he had a longtime friendship.
Meegan declined to elaborate.
Howard is survived by his wife, Linda, a playwright who has written and directed several films and has written a screenplay about Howard.
Howard’s daughter, Sarah Greene, has written the script and is in talks to play Austin, the character who plays Steve Austin.
“I don’t think there is anything we would change in terms of his character, his career,” Howard’s widow, Debbie Greene-Howard, told The Associated Press.
“He was a very loving husband, father, grandfather and friend.
He would be extremely proud to be associated with any of those characters.”
She said she and Howard were close, having met at a theater festival in the early 1990s.
Howard was known for his comedic timing, which earned him a Grammy for best comedic performance in a movie.
His signature moves were “the headbutt” and the “scoop,” which he used to taunt his co-stars, who usually reacted with laughter.
He also often did a double take or stared at the camera as the actors did their own “spin.”
Howard had a reputation for being an eccentric, loud and rowdy man.
His public image was that of an overprotective father, but in reality he was a dedicated husband, mother, father of two, and an accomplished musician.
“Steve Austin” tells the story of the life and career of Howard and his two sons, who are played by Josh Brolin and James McAvoy.
Howard made a brief appearance in a 2006 documentary about the movie, which he directed.
In the documentary, Howard said he was not allowed to leave the family home and had to wear a mask.
He was not permitted to attend funerals, and the film included footage of him and his family walking around the estate of his father.
In a 2005 interview, Howard recalled a family dinner when his mother, Linda Howard, called and asked if he wanted to eat.
She was wearing a wig and a mask, he said.
“It was a wonderful dinner, and she loved it,” he said in the interview.
He said his mother had to have a mask because she had a fever.
He went on to play the role of Austin, who had been a member of the cast in the film and was the inspiration for Austin’s nickname, the “Austin.”
The film will be produced by David Wain, a veteran producer who worked with Howard and Howard’s sons on previous films.
Howard also co-wrote and produced the screenplay with David Wainson.
Howard had previously worked with Wain on several films, including the 2007 film “Beverly Hills Cop 2,” which starred Tom Cruise, Michelle Pfeiffer and Michael Keaton.
He played a police officer in a 2009 film, “Pulp Fiction.”
Howard said the movie he wrote is based on the “Green-Eggs and Ham.”
“There’s something to be said for the film itself,” Howard said.
He noted that Green Eggs and HAM is one of the most beloved food films of all time.
“A lot of people have been eating the eggs and ham, but I think it’s a more complex thing,” Howard told the AP.
“We’re trying to tell the story that’s true, and if it is true, then it’s true for everybody.”
The story of how Howard got his start in acting has been told many times before, but Howard has never spoken publicly about the role he played in the original movie, “Green and Ham,” which tells the life story of Steve Austin and the famous play.
The film was made in 2005 and stars John Travolta, Kate Hudson, and Jessica Chastain.
“Green is the most well-known of the three Green Eggs,” Howard, 62, said.