Billie Eilish is soon coming with her yet another remarkable piece of work— but this time it isn’t her music album or something related to her melodious business but in fact it’s the documentary on the young singer.
The 18-year-old singer has recently trumpeted the release date of her hotly anticipated documentary saying that it will get a theatrical and streaming premiere on Apple TV+ in February 2021.
The documentary titled “The World’s A Blurry Place” is directed by award-winning filmmaker R.J. Cutler who is best known for his work on Belushi, The September Issue and The War Room.
Eilish’s documentary will follow her rapid rise to superstardom following the release of When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go?—her iconic debut album.
The teaser of Billie’s upcoming film is almost entirely made up of graphics in black and neon green — Billie’s signature colours, natch — with a little clip of blonde baby Billie sitting at a piano to conclude. J’adore.
This year, Billie swept a whopping five Grammys and even scored the main theme for ‘No Time To Die’ – all at the age of just 18, thus making her the youngest star to come by these feats.