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Apple TV+ trails upcoming Billie Eilish documentary, singer describes ‘brutal’ movie experience

Apple TV+ has dropped a new trailer for the upcoming documentary, Billie Eilish: The World’s A Little Blurry, scheduled to arrive on the streaming service February 26, simultaneously making its debut in theatres where possible.

Directed by award-winning filmmaker R.J. Cutler, the film offers an intimate look at the singer-songwriter’s journey from obscurity to global superstardom. The movie, which began shooting in 2018 and concluded in 2020, recounts how at seventeen, the performer navigated life on the road, on stage, and at home with her family, while writing, recording and releasing her debut album When we all fall asleep, where do we go?

Speaking in Vanity Fair, Eilish said: “It’s really about my life, me, in such a way that I was not expecting, and was pretty brutal to relive. I was going through hell in certain parts of my life, and I had no idea anyone was seeing it. The fact that they have footage of it and you can see my emotions…”

The film offers an intimate look at the singer-songwriter’s journey from obscurity to global superstardom…

The documentary is from Apple Original Films, in association with Interscope Films, The Darkroom, This Machine and Lighthouse Management & Media. 

Apple TV+ is available on the iPhone, iPad, Apple TV, iPod touch, Mac, select Samsung, LG and Sony smart TVs, Amazon Fire TV and Roku devices, and PlayStation and Xbox console.

Disney+ 2021 preview: what’s new and when to watch it, including Falcon… and Loki premieres

Disney+ has previewed its upcoming programme slate, including the Disney+ Original Series Big Shot, The Mighty Ducks: Game Changers, and confirmed the screening dates of its hotly anticipated The Falcon and The Winter Soldier and Loki MCU shows, which follow WandaVision onto the service. The streaming service has also unveiled premiere dates for Star Wars:Continue Reading

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