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Brown’s lawsuit, filed in U.S. District Court’s New York southern district, asks for $2 million from defendants Passion Pictures, Tracey Baker-Simmons, Wanda Shelley, B2 Entertainment and Simmons Shelley Entertainment, as well as Showtime and the BBC.
The suit claims that Brown and his late daughter appear in the documentary for more than 30 minutes despite never having signed releases for the footage. Contracts or releases they did sign for the filming of the lone season of Bravo’s “Being Bobby Brown” in 2005 didn’t carry over for any other usage, the claim maintains.
“The footage was
“The film contains footage that Brown and [his late daughter Bobbi Kristina Brown] has never consented to have released,” according the suit filed Tuesday in New York District Court (read it here). “Brown and [his late daughter] appear in the film for a substantial period of time, in excess of thirty (30) minutes. … Brown never signed or executed a release for the airing of the material that appears in the film.”
The filing also says: “The film contains images of [Brown’s] other children, Landon Brown, Robert ‘Bobby’ Brown Jr. and Laprincia Brown as minor children.
The Brown family is seeking $2 million in damages for their inclusion in the film, as well as a permanent injunction, according to documents filed in New York federal court Wednesday. Houston’s ex is citing misappropriated publicity rights and violation of the Lanham Act in his complaint.
“The film contains footage that Brown and Bkb has never consented to have released,” the complaint states. “Brown and Bkb appear in the film for a substantial period of time, in excess of thirty (30) minutes. The footage was actually recorded prior to the divorce in 2007 between Brown and Houston. Brown never signed or executed a release for the airing of the material that appears in the film. The footage of
"The film contains footage that Brown and Bkb has never consented to have released," states the complaint. "Brown and Bkb appear in the film for a substantial period of time, in excess of thirty (30) minutes. The footage ...
Kevin Macdonald’s documentary Whitney is an extraordinarily deep and eye-opening venture into the life of its celebrated, yet, troubled global superstar subject, Whitney Houston. Given invaluable access to home video of the Houston’s library and unseen behind the scenes footage, as well as interviews with those closest to the late superstar.
The access given to Macdonald is unparalleled in terms of depth and insight to that of any documentary on the stars life, even that of Nick Broomfield and Rudi Dolezal’s recent attempt and uncovering the unknown in the 2017 film ‘Whitney: Can I Be Me?’. It is the access to information and knowledge otherwise kept in the dark that highlights the truly inspirational story of the meteor rise that ultimately led to the eventual,
The immersive, interactive project from Bet Networks and brand studio Wp Narrative went on display Sunday at New York’s Harlem Week. It features a 30-foot replica of Brown’s head, complete with “iconic fade haircut.”
A press release touting the promotion says it invites visitors inside the “complex and creative mind” of the pop star. “As the public physically enters his mind, they experience 3-dimensional storytelling, passing through his ephemeral thoughts, capturing his highs and lows, surrounded by projection mapped brain synapses and floating 3D holograms of key imagery from his life.”
Bet is building awareness of the September premiere of miniseries The Bobby Brown Story. It details the singer’s 30-year career,
“The spirit of my ex-wife is probably still here,” Brown said, when asked how it felt to be in the hotel. “It just feels good to be here and to promote this movie.”
As Brown noted, he did not choose the location. The panel was part of an annual summer gathering by the Television Critics Association, which is almost always held at the hotel.
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The miniseries is a continuation of Bet’s “The New Edition Story” miniseries, which will chronicle Brown’s exit from the group, his solo career, and his tabloid-fodder marriage to Houston. Brown is hoping the miniseries will set the record straight
The R&B singer and former New Edition band member was fielding questions Friday morning at the Television Critics Association press tour for his new two-part Bet miniseries “The Bobby Brown Story” when one journalist asked about the domestic violence 911 call that had been called in the midst of a domestic incident between Brown, who had allegedly abused his ex-wife, the late Whitney Houston.
“There [were] no violent incidents between me and Whitney,” he claimed. “You’re mistaken. You’re completely wrong.”
Puzzled by his denial that a 911 call that is part of public record ever happened, another reporter cited the particulars of the call, detailing the date and report about the one-inch bruise seen on Houston’s cheek. That’s when Brown doubled down and declared that that version of reality was false: “The public record is wrong.”
The baffling rejection of
“Whitney,” which premiered at midnight at the 2018 Cannes Film Festival, confirms that charge with multiple sources who were close to Whitney Houston prior to her death from drowning in a bathtub in 2012. The information arrives near the end of an involving documentary about the singer’s bumpy life, from the dissolution of her family to her tabloid marriage to Bobby Brown. Similar to 2015’s Oscar-winning documentary “Amy,” which detailed the behind-the-scenes struggles of Amy Winehouse as she developed her public profile, “Whitney” is at once a celebration
For “Whitney,” Macdonald was granted exclusive rights to a vault of unheard music and never-before-seen video footage spanning the entirety of the late singer’s legendary career. Co-producing the film is Simon Chinn, a creative force who has won Best Documentary at the Academy Awards twice. In 2008 he took home the golden statue for “Man on Wire,
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