We couldn’t be more excited about the upcoming Amy Winehouse documentary AMY from the production team that created the amazing doc Senna. Today the first official trailer for the film was released, and it does not disappoint.
It was announced in 2013 that filmmaker Asif Kapadia, who directed the critically acclaimed documentary Senna (that you REALLY must see!), was developing a documentary on singer Amy Winehouse, and yesterday the production company released the first movie poster and the release date!
Yesterday, on what would be the late singer’s 31st birthday, a statue of Amy Winehouse was unveiled in her favorite London neighborhood, Camden. The statue was made by sculptor Scott Eaton, who worked with her father Mitch to give the figure and “attitude and strength, but also give subtle hints of insecurity.”
Lady Gaga had many Instagram fans doing a double-take over the weekend when she posted a picture of her looking nearly identical to the late Amy Winehouse.
On the second anniversary of Amy Winehouse’s untimely death, here’s an interesting study of celebrities who died young. We also compare their causes of death with those of the general population.
Nearly two years after Amy Winehouse’s death and just months before what would have been her 30th birthday, her mother opened up about what life was like with the Grammy Award-winner – and why she was helpless in her downward spiral.
Alex Winehouse claimed bulimia made his sister more susceptible to the alcohol poisoning that killed her in July 2011. He also talked about what the Amy Winehouse Foundation hopes to accomplish by donating to eating disorder clinics.
After teasing of a big announcement earlier in the week, Beyoncé has revealed not one, but two big projects. In addition to starring in a new Pepsi commercial in which she previews her upcoming Timbaland-produced record “Grown Woman,” Beyoncé is also featured on the soundtrack for the soon-to-be released flick, The Great Gatsby.