Apple will release RJ Cutler’s documentary, “Billie Eilish: The World’s A Little Blurry,” on its streaming service, Apple TV + and in theaters in February.
The announcement comes nine months after Apple acquired the documentary about Billie Eilish. The exact date of the premiere has not yet been confirmed.
Trends seem to show that the documentary will be successful
The success of the documentary will be undeniable, given the success that Billie Eilish had after her appearance in the music industry and the community of many fans she has built around the world.
Eilish has released his debut album “When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go?” last year, the album that earned her the title of Best New Artist, Album Of The Year, Record Of The Year, Song Of The Year And Best Pop Vocal Album at the 62nd Grammy Awards.
Also, Billie Eilish had an important role in the film “Yesterday” by The Beatles, in the 92nd edition of the Oscars.
The documentary about Eilish is the brand of Apple Original Films, in association with Interscope Films, Darkroom, This Machine and Lighthouse Management & Media.
Eilish is the 23rd greatest artist of the digital single era, according to the Recording Industry Association of America, with 37.5 million singles sold statewide.
Cutler is the documentary man behind films such as “The World According to Dick Cheney” and “The September Issue”.
In January, Apple released “Dear…,” a new biographical documentary inspired by its “Dear Apple” commercials from Cutler and Matador Content. The 10-episode series features internationally recognized leaders, including Oprah Winfrey, Gloria Steinem, Spike Lee, Lin-Manuel Miranda, Yara Shahidi, Stevie Wonder, Aly Raisman, Misty Copeland and Big Bird.
Earlier this year, before the pandemic, the 18-year-old released the theme song “No Time to Die” in the upcoming James Bond movie. The Vevo version of the song on Eilish’s YouTube channel garnered 87 million views.
Apple is now launching in cinemas the reissue of the film by director Sofia Coppola, “On the Rocks”, starring Bill Murray. The film, which has an 85% share on Rotten Tomatoes, will be broadcast on AppleTV + on October 23.
Eilish made the news official and on Instagram.