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The Billie Eillish documentary and other news of the week

It's already Friday and our weekly summary arrives .

Billie Eilish, Bad Bunny logo on the cover of NYTMag

These are the most relevant entertainment news of this week. / Photos: YT / Billie Eilish, IG / christianserratos, IG / NYTMag

LatinamericanPost| Juliana Rodriguez Pabón

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Leer en español: El documental de Billie Eillish y otras noticias de la semana

We know you want to start your weekend updated with the entertainment news. Many times these give you something to talk about or gossip about with others. So that you can do it with all authority, we bring our weekly summary with the most relevant of this week's entertainment. Do not miss it.

Selena series announced

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Una publicación compartida de Christian Serratos (@christianserratos) el

After the success of Luis Miguel: the series, Netflix has been working on another biographical series of a Latin American idol: Selena. This week, Christian Serratos, who will star in the series in the role of Selena, has shared a preview on his Instagram account and has announced the premiere date: December 4 of this year. Before this bioseries, we had already seen the life of the Chicano artist on the big screen played by Jennifer López. Without a doubt, that will be a new proposal that many are waiting for.

Trailer for "The 355" premieres

This week, Universal revealed the trailer for its new spy movie . This is "The 355", the new production by Simon Kinberg that has a spectacular cast: Jessica Chastain, Lupita Nyong'o, Penelope Cruz, Diana Kruger and Bingbing Fan will play a group of five spies in the best style of Charlie's Angels. The film that tells the mission in which these five international spies are involved will be released in January of next year and we cannot wait.

Release date announced for "The World's a Little Blurry," Billie Eilish's documentary

Another important announcement took place this week. This is nothing more and nothing less than the release date of "The World's a Little Blurry," the documentary by teenage singer Billie Eilish. The artist has been talking about her own documentary for a long time, but this week she made her feature film official and the release date. It is an Apple TV production that will be launched in February 2021 and is directed by RJ Cutler, a documentary filmmaker who has followed several presidential campaigns and has already made other productions on politics. Many exciting premieres are coming up for next year.

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MTV announces new Miley Cyrus set "Unplugged"

After five years of her first MTV Unplugged, Miley Cyrus announced this Monday that another session is coming. This time it will be about her singing acoustic versions of different songs from the backyard of her Los Angeles home. This MTV Unplugged, then, will be a "Backyard Sessions", as we already know that it is the style of the singer. This time she will sing songs by Britney Spears and Peral Jam in a display of her talents.

Bad Bunny is the cover of the New York Times magazine

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Una publicación compartida de The New York Times Magazine (@nytmag) el

Every year, The New York Times Magazine produces a cultural edition. This time, the cover is a very close-up of the face of the Puerto Rican Bad Bunny. The successful reggaeton player recently gave a concert on a bus in New York City and with this he once again shook the world and the music industry. The review includes an interview with the Puerto Rican and an extensive article about his musical career, his childhood and his vision of the future and of his country. It is certainly a must-read for those interested in the influence of Latin America on American pop culture.

 

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