Apple in Talks to Spend $25 Million USD on Billie Eilish Documentary
Following the star’s private life after the release of her debut studio album.
Billie Eilish has had a huge year, releasing her debut studio album WHEN WE ALL FALL ASLEEP WHERE DO WE GO? and being named Apple Music Awards’ Artist of the Year. Now, the 17-year-old singer is reportedly in talks with Apple TV+ regarding a documentary that has already been shot. The New York Post reports that the streaming service is potentially paying Eilish $25 million USD to purchase the rights to the documentary.
The story follows the singer’s private life after the release of her album, and is directed by R.J.Cutler and produced by Interscope Films. The film reportedly cost between $1 million and $2 million USD to create. As for Eilish’s pay-check, there’s yet no official information as to the star’s compensation for the film.
The documentary is expected to release on Apple TV+ in 2020, and while we wait, don’t miss Billie Eilish’s self-directed music video for her single “xanny” here.