Rihanna fans, its time to get excited as there will be a documentary about the Work singer released very soon.
Peter Berg has been working hard on a comprehensive profile of the 30-year-old, as well as her 13-year long career.
The Battleship director – who gave Riri her first acting role back in 2012 – has promised an unfiltered look into her life, following the release of her cosmetics line, Fenty Beauty.
And we seriously cant wait!
I think shes an extraordinary young woman and it really is kind of a pretty comprehensive profile of what goes in to making her this talent that she is, he told SlashFilm.
The work ethic, the talent, luck, the hustle, the vision. Shes a really, really interesting woman and the movie will be out in about a month and half, two months well be able to start showing it.
This isnt the first time the idea of a documentary about Rihanna has been bandied about – as details of a production were announced way back in 2015.
It was previously described as an unfiltered look into Rihannas life and how shes ascended to become a global icon.
The news means the Umbrella singer will be pretty busy over the next few months.
Not only is she the head of a lingerie and beauty line, but eagle-eyed fans are convinced shes been filming a secret project with Donald Glover, in Cuba.
And the Navy are adamant its either a new film or a music video for a new song.
Whatever it is, were sure it will be epic.
Rihanna is reportedly keen to get herself back in the studio ASAP, after claims she was disappointed by how her last album, Anti, did in the charts.
Seeing as it topped the Billboard charts, and was the third most-streamed album of 2016, we think shes being a little hard on herself…
Rihanna wasnt happy with how her last album performed – even though she loved how it turned out, she knows she needs a new project full of smash hits to avoid two back-to-back flops, an insider said.
Shes currently recording two albums – one full of chart-friendly songs, and another made up of moody and experimental tracks – and is considering releasing a double disc if she feels the songs wont mesh well on the same album.
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