The film invites viewers to enter the hectic life of Billie, who faces the success of her debut album, When We All Fall End, Where Do We Go? and the celebrity who accompanied him.
Billie Eilish makes good on her directorial debut in the "Xanny" music video. Well, not to Eilish specifically, but to the producers of a documentary about her rise to fame, in exchange for the exclusive rights to distribute it through Apple tv+.
According to The Hollywood Reporter, citing multiple sources, the R.J. Cutler-directed doc has already been filmed.
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The documentary is expected to launch in 2020. The documentary will appear on Apple TV+.
The decision could indicate a broader change in Apple's content plans so that all of the company's original programming is published exclusively on its new TV + video streaming service, rather than split into two platforms.