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Billie Eilish’s long-in-the-works documentary from Apple TV+ has formally been announced today. Titled The World’s A Little Blurry, the feature film will hit theaters and Apple’s premium streaming platform in February 2021.
The existence of the doc was first revealed in December 2019, when Apple TV+ acquired the project for a whopping $25 million dollars. The World’s A Little Blurry is expected to highlight Eilish’s incredible rise to fame, as well as showcase personal, behind-the-scenes moments from throughout her young yet already historic career. One of those private scenes, a throwback look at the pop megastar’s first piano lessons, is featured in the film’s newly unveiled teaser trailer. Watch below.
The forthcoming doc was produced by Apple Original Films, in association with Interscope Films, Darkroom, This Machine and Lighthouse Management & Media. R.J. Cutler, who’s known for other non-fiction flicks such as The September Issue, The War Room, and A Perfect Candidate, directed the documentary
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