The 18-year-old singer signed a US $24.7 million agreement to document her rise to stardom.
Billie Eilish is “terrified” by her upcoming Apple TV + documentary.
The 18-year-old singer signed a $ 24.7 million deal for having cameras to document her rise to stardom after the release of her debut album ‘When We Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go?’.
But she has gone crazy for the release of her film without a title, since she has not seen any of the images.
Speaking to Billboard, Billie admitted: “I have not seen any of that. I’m terrified. I’m scared. They have been filming since July 2018 … Who has that many images? Have I never seen them? I’m terrified “.
Although the details of the documentary are still scarce, it will be directed by the winner of the Peabody Award, RJ Cuchillero.
The 58-year-old director was granted access to the star’s family life, as well as the scenes behind her public appearances.
Meanwhile, Billie surprised the world when she was introduced as the next artist to record the soundtrack of the latest ‘Bond’ movie.
Billie, who will write the song with her older brother Finneas O’Connell, recently said: “It feels crazy to be part of this in every way.”
“Being able to record the main song of a movie that is part of such a legendary series is a great honor. James Bond is the coolest film franchise ever.
“I am still in shock. Writing the main song of a Bond movie is something we have been dreaming of all our lives. ”