We’re Getting a BTS Look at Rihanna’s Life in New Amazon Documentary
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Ready your TVs, tablets and smartphones—Bad Gal RiRi is coming to the small screen. 

According to The Hollywood ReporterBattleship director Peter Berg is releasing a documentary about Rihanna that will be exclusively available on Amazon. The company reportedly paid $25 million for the rights to the film (woah). 

This isn’t the first time we’ve heard of the project. Back in 2016, Berg revealed he was working on the film, which is styled after the 1967 Bob Dylan film Don't Look Back. He described it as an “unfiltered look into Rihanna's life and how she's ascended to become a global icon.” We like the sound of that. 

The documentary (which is not yet titled) will give viewers a glimpse into the evolution of one of the world’s most well-known pop stars. According to a THR exclusive, the doc features over 1,200 hours of footage.

The 31-year-old released her film Guava Island and an inside look into her Fenty x Savage fashion show on the streaming service earlier this year.

There’s no specific release date yet, but in an interview with Slashfilm, Berg stated that they will be able to begin showing it in “about a month and a half, two months.”

Can we expect some new music to be featured in the film? We sure hope so. 

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