*Something weird and scary happened to Kimora Lee Simmons on Saturday (03-10-18). The socialite/entrepreneur found herself the target of a bizarre death threat written on a bathroom stall inside an LA movie theater that she was attending an event at.
Law enforcement sources say they received a 911 call Saturday afternoon from a Cinemark Theater in LA. The caller told police they found a threat directed at Kimora that read “your going to die, bye bye, 3/10/18, today” scribbled inside a stall. At this point it’s unclear who discovered the message and alerted the police.
Sources told TMZ that Kimora was at the theater at the time for an event. She’s been doing charity work with organizations in South Central LA that involve taking kids to see the film “Wrinkle in Time.” It’s unclear if she left the theater once the writing on the stall was discovered.
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We’ve got an update on Kevin Macdonald’s “Whitney,” the documentary about the life and career of Whitney Houston. July 6 is the date the film is now scheduled to debut at theaters in the US.
The film rights were acquired in 2016 by Miramax – the only entity officially supported by the late singer’s estate – who partnered with Roadside Attractions to release it. Executive producer Altitude Film Entertainment is handling international sales and will bow “Whitney” in the UK and Ireland also on the same date, according to Page Six.
The docu, produced by Lightbox and Lisa Erspamer Entertainment, includes previously unreleased recordings, never-before-seen home movie footage and live performances recorded by Houston at various stages her life, as well as original studio recordings, a capellas of some of her biggest hits. The Oscar-winning Macdonald looks at Houston’s life, work and creative process, revealing a woman both blessed and cursed with her talent.
Nick Broomfield and Rudi Dolezal’s Whitney Houston documentary “Whitney: Can I Be Me” bowed last year at the Tribeca Film Festival and aired on Showtime in August.
Speaking of Whitney Houston documentaries, director Nick Broomfield’s Whitney Houston documentary titled “Whitney: Can I Be Me,” which aired last August on Showtime, explored the “fairy tale” about her life that was constructed by her record label and maintained by her family, according to Page Six.
“It’s a fairy tale,” co-director Rudi Dolezal told The Post. “The idea that Whitney was a great girl until Bobby came along is simply not true. Whitney took drugs and smoked weed a long time before she could even spell ‘Bobby Brown.’ ”
The documentary tells the story of Houston’s extraordinary life and tragic death. It’s comprised of previously unseen 1999 tour footage shot by Dolezal and newer interviews with Whitney’s friends and family. The film also peels back the flawless image of the singer.
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