“Whitney,” which premiered at midnight at the 2018 Cannes Film Festival, confirms that charge with multiple sources who were close to Whitney Houston prior to her death from drowning in a bathtub in 2012. The information arrives near the end of an involving documentary about the singer’s bumpy life, from the dissolution of her family to her tabloid marriage to Bobby Brown. Similar to 2015’s Oscar-winning documentary “Amy,” which detailed the behind-the-scenes struggles of Amy Winehouse as she developed her public profile, “Whitney” is at once a celebration
For “Whitney,” Macdonald was granted exclusive rights to a vault of unheard music and never-before-seen video footage spanning the entirety of the late singer’s legendary career. Co-producing the film is Simon Chinn, a creative force who has won Best Documentary at the Academy Awards twice. In 2008 he took home the golden statue for “Man on Wire,
Following the success of Remini’s series, A&E joins forces with Marcia Clark in its expansion of the “First 48” format. This series, entitled “Marcia Clark Investigates the First 48,” takes a look at unsolved crimes that have long dominated cable, including the case of Casey Anthony, the murder of Robert Blake’s wife and the disappearance of Drew Peterson’s wife, Stacy.
“When you take a franchise like ‘The First 48,’ which is the gold star in this kind of true crime, and then you attach someone like Marcia Clark with a baked-in IP, who is just fierce for her quest for the
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