Rihanna Documentary Being Made By Peter Berg 2016 In Review

12/29/2016
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(Radio.com) Rihanna Documentary Being Made By Peter Berg was a top 16 story of April 2016: For those who want a peek behind the curtain at Rihanna's inner life, director Peter Berg will be bringing it to the big screen. Despite her over-sized lifestyle, well documented on Instagram and concert footage, the Barbadian singer remains something of a chameleon in plain sight.

Peter Berg (who has previously directed Rihanna in Battleship) will style the film after Don't Look Back, D.A. Pennebaker's landmark Bob Dylan film from 1967.

Rather than a pat, by-the-numbers look at life on tour, her music's message, and her relationship with fans, the yet-untitled Rihanna movie has been described as a "character study." Read the original report here.

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