‘Dude I’m Not Dead’: Britney Spears Doesn’t Want a Movie About Her Life

by Hailey Greg
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Don’t approach Britney Spears about doing a biopic. The life and career of the “Toxic” singer, who has seen both success and tragedy, has been the topic of many films as of late, all of which examine her time while under conservatorship. 

It seems unlikely that a biography of Britney Spears will be made at some point in the future, given her great celebrity and success, plus the fact that her story may make for an interesting film. However, Spears is not keen on it happening any time soon. 

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Spears seems to be making the most of her newly acquired independence as she just posted a jubilant message on Instagram about reclaiming her life after her conservatorship was terminated. Spears said that it’s insulting to her that certain people in Hollywood want to make a movie on her life even though she’s “not dead yet.”

“Good news, good news!!! Still breathing,” Spears says in the post, noting, “it’s funny the same two people who gave me life are the same 2 people who took it away … but guess what!!! I’m alive and I’m breathing again!!!” She then added, “Now that I’m breathing … I have time … it’s different! I like it. I hear about people wanting to do movies about my life … dude I’m not dead!!! Although it’s pretty f***ing clear they preferred me dead.”

Starring opposite Zoe Saldana, Taryn Manning, Anson Mount, Kim Cattrall, and Dan Aykroyd in Crossroads in 2002, FOX Spears has a little acting experience under her belt. 

She has sometimes made cameo appearances in films such as herself, including Pauly Shore, Dead, Corporate Animals, and Goldmember. 

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Stars like Will & Grace, How I Met Your Mother, Glee, and Jane the Virgin have all included Spears in guest roles. But Spears does not think it’s time for a full-length cinematic adaptation of her life. Nonetheless, there will be no shortage of other singers whose lives will be chronicled in films. 

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Additionally, there are other film adaptations in development that focus on the lives of famous musicians who have since passed away. Buddy Holly, Bob Marley, Amy Winehouse, Michael Jackson, Whitney Houston, and Ronnie Spector are just a few of the music icons whose lives are being turned into films.

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