More details gave emerged on the biopic chronicling John Lennon and Yoko Ono's relationship. Last year it was announced that Yoko had teamed up with Michael de De Luca -- the Oscar-nominated producer of Moneyball and The Social Network, along with The Theory Of Everything writer Anthony McCarten, for a new biopic on the couple. Variety has just announced director Jean-Marc Vallee has signed on to direct and edit the project, with Universal Pictures currently in talks to option the script. In addition to directing and editing the film, Vallee will re-write the script with Anthony McCarten.

The report stated: "Ono will produce with De Luca, Immersive Pictures' Josh Bratman, and McCarten. Vallee and his producing partner Nathan Ross will also produce through their production company, Crazyrose. Bruce Kaufman of Wood Hollow Pictures will executive produce." There's been no title or start date announced for the film.

In 1980 John Lennon told Playboy magazine that how he was perceived by his fans was often delusional: "I don’t think anybody should be that interested in every detail of my life from Beatles till now. But anyone, who claims to have some interest in me as an individual artist, or even as part of the Beatles, has absolutely misunderstood everything I ever said if they can’t see why I’m with Yoko. And if they can’t see that, they can’t see anything. I absolutely don’t need it. And let ‘em chase Wings, y’know, just forget about me. If that’s what you want, then go after Paul (McCartney) and Mick (Jagger); I ain’t here for that. Go play with ‘The Rolling Wings’ (laughs)."