Whoa! Chris Brown has just teased us with the poster for ‘Welcome To My Life,’ a new documentary that plans to lay bare his crazy life. Keep reading for more details on the revealing film and when it will finally come out!
Chris Brown, 26, has lived out so many of his success and dramas in the public eye, and now we’re going to get an inside look inside his intense world in the new documentary Welcome To My Life, which promises to give us the truth behind the embattled singer‘s life journey. He’s giving us a first glimpse of what he has in store by sharing the dark new poster art for the project.
“He went from America’s sweetheart to public enemy number one” the tagline on the poster reads, showing a shadowy, shirtless Chris sitting cross-legged on the ground. Breezy teased it on his Instagram March 15 with the caption “Coming soon,” and with his drama-filled life, this promises to be really juicy.
Director Andrew Sandler decided to do the project with the “Royalty” singer after following him for several years, shooting his music videos and concert footage. They decided to piece it all together in a tell-all documentary about Chris’ ups and downs, with a ton of insight into Chris’ complex personality. We can’t wait to see what the interviews with fellow pop stars like Jennifer Lopez, 46, and Usher, 37, as well as other celebrities including Jamie Foxx, 48, and Mike Tyson, 49, reveal about Breezy! Pick up the deluxe version of Chris’ album Royalty by clicking here.
The doc has already had some screenings and the support has been overwhelming. LA radio legend Big Boy saw it and tweeted that Chris “pulls off every layer in this documentary. Even about things we thought we saw and knew in public,” while adding he “was in awe” of the film after seeing it. Wow! That’s some major praise!
The documentary will screened via the festival circuit, and hopefully will be available on TV later in 2016. We’ll be sure to keep you posted as we learn more about his project!
HollywoodLifers, do you plan on watching Chris’ documentary?