Published: Sat, December 07, 2019
Life&Culture | By Sue Mclaughlin

Billie Eilish dominates 2019 on Apple Music, Entertainment News & Top Stories

Billie Eilish dominates 2019 on Apple Music, Entertainment News & Top Stories

Billie Eilish is set to get the documentary treatment that most celebrities do, and Apple is looking to pay $25 Million to the star to get the documentary rights in their hands.

Variety have reported that R.J. Cutler (Nashville, The War Room, A Perfect Candidate) will be directing the feature and that the majority of the documentary is already filmed - cameras were spotted as they followed Eilish around during her tour in October. The budget of the documentary was reportedly between $1 million and $2 million.

The twisted visual for the When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go? track happens to also be Eilish's directorial debut.

While details are sparse, the documentary is expected to arrive sometime in 2020 as Apple TV+ builds its roster of original content.

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Eilish's Bad Guy single also came top of the most Shazamed songs this year, the music recognition app owned by Apple said.

For the debut ceremony - which took place on December 4 at the Steve Jobs Theater in Cupertino, Calif. - Eilish was chosen as Apple's first-ever 'Global Artist of the Year'.

The new documentary will join a small but growing roster of unscripted content from Apple TV+, which includes The Elephant Queen, which is now streaming, and upcoming projects from Oprah Winfrey, which include Toxic Labor and an unnamed project about sexual misconduct in the music industry.

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