Tina Lawson recently took to Instagram to show her support for Kelly Rowland playing Donna Summer in an upcoming biopic.
Lawson shared side-by-side pictures of the late disco queen and the Destiny's Child singer, praising Rowland's uncanny resemblance to Summer.
While Rowland has not yet been officially cast, her fans on social media ardently support the idea.
Rowland's potential portrayal of Summer would be a fitting tribute to the iconic singer, who passed away in 2012.
Rowland is set to star in Tyler Perry's upcoming film, Mea Culpa.
The recent premiere of Indiana Jones and the Dial of Destiny at Cannes Film Festival has sparked conversations about Hollywood's obsession with nostalgia.
Critics argue that Hollywood is often more preoccupied with rehashing past successes than supporting new projects.
Many recent film reviews have highlighted the industry's tendency to rely on pop culture phenomena from the past, such as remakes and sequels.
This nostalgia obsession can be seen as a reflection of our culture's current fascination with celebrity and the constant need for entertainment.
However, some argue that Hollywood should look to the future and support new voices and stories to keep the film industry fresh and innovative.