Amazon Reportedly Paid $25 Million For Rihanna Documentary Featuring 1,200 Hours Of Footage
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Amazon has reportedly dished out $25 million for the film rights to a documentary about pop star and beauty mogul Rihanna.

According to The Hollywood Reporter, the project, set to be directed by Peter Berg, who also directed Rihanna in the 2012 film Battleship, will give viewers an unfiltered glimpse into the life of the singer, and includes more than 1,200 hours of footage.

Berg previously shared details about the project when discussing traveling around Europe with Rih Rih.

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“We’ve got about a thousand hours of footage,” the director said. “That was a fun change of pace, after [directing] Lone Survivor and Deepwater and Patriots Day, where all these men run around with guns, to go travel with Rihanna around Europe—and Rihanna is surrounded by girls.”

The documentary is currently untitled and no release date has been announced.


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