Rihanna fans rejoice—a documentary taking a deeper look into the life of the pop culture icon is currently in the works. According to Deadline, filmmaker Peter Berg, the principal of Film 44 and newly formed company Film 45, will produce the theatrical feature film about the musical juggernaut, philanthropist, and businesswoman.
Berg, who produced hit television shows and films such as Friday Night Lights and Lone Survivor, directed Rihanna in her first major film role in the 2012 film Battleship. He formed Film 45 to focus on non-scripted and branded entertainment for film, TV, and other platforms. Rihanna’s documentary is among the first projects the company is slated to produce. The film, described as “much more a character study than a music film,” is an “unfiltered look into Rihanna’s life and how she’s ascended to become a global icon.”
This week, Rihanna’s latest hit single, ‘Work’ tied with The Beatles for the second-most weeks spent at No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100. The single is also her 14th Hot 100 leader. Just last year, she landed a $25 million deal with global tech giant Samsung to sponsor her Anti World Tour, and founded LA-based beauty and styling agency Fr8me.
She also lent her voice as Gratuity ‘Tip’ Tucci in the DreamWorks-animated film Home; a film which has grossed $386,041,607 worldwide. As the creative director at sportswear brand Puma, Rihanna showcased her Fall 2016 Fenty X Puma collection during New York Fashion Week this past February.
Apparently, there’s no stopping the leader of The Navy.
According to Film 45’s website, the documentary doesn’t have a release date yet. With more than 58 million followers on Twitter and more than 36 million followers on Instagram, fans can keep up with her already candid personality there until the film’s release.