Amy Winehouse, who lost her life at 27 from alcohol poisoning, will have her life shown on the big screen.
The biopic is set to feature the star's struggles from her personal life to achieving fame at a young age.
Marisa Abela is the actress to play the troubled singer, best known for her role as Yasmin in the BBC drama Industry.
The movie deal was signed with Monumental Pictures, with "Kinky Boots" writer Geoff Deane as a scriptwriter, while Sam Taylor-Johnson will direct the movie created by StudioCanal.
The "Rehab" singer's family is all on board with the new film, whose proceeds will go to the Amy Winehouse Foundation.
Her father, Mitch Winehouse, openly critiqued Asif Kapadia's Oscar-winning 2015 documentary, "Amy," because he felt wrongfully portrayed.
The first picture of Abela in character was posted to Instagram with support from fans littering the comment section.
The late singer's family remembered her legacy in a new documentary that featured different viewpoints of the star from family and close friends.
The documentary titled "Reclaiming Amy" was narrated by her mother, Janis Winehouse-Collins, and was released on the death anniversary of the star.