Jeremy Strong In Talks to Play Bruce Springsteen’s Manager in Nebraska Biopic

Succession star Jeremy Strong is in talks to play John Landau, Bruce Springsteen’s longtime manager, in Deliver Me From Nowhere, the new biopic about the singer’s famed 1982 album Nebraska.

Per Variety, Strong would join Jeremy Allen White in the film, who is set to play a young Bruce Springsteen. The film is based on Warren Zane’s 2023 book Deliver Me From Nowhere: The Making of Bruce Springsteen’s Nebraska and will be written and directed by Scott Cooper. Both Springsteen and Landau are involved with the production, which is scheduled to begin shooting in the fall.

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Jeremy Strong is certainly thriving post-Succession, nabbing his first Tony Award nomination this year for his work in the Broadway revival of Ibsen’s Enemy of the People. Meanwhile, he’ll be stretching his biopic legs once more as the famous attorney Roy Cohn in The Apprentice, which follows Donald Trump’s rise to success in the ’70s and ’80s.


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Bruce Springsteen, meanwhile, still has a stretch of 2024 tour dates ahead in Europe and North America. Grab tickets to The Boss’ upcoming tour dates here.