According to Deadline, Val filmmaker Ting Poo is producing a documentary on Christina Aguilera. An in-depth look at the life of the starlet, starting with her 1993 debut on Disney Channel’s The Mickey Mouse Club, has been in the works for the last 18 months. Unseen footage will provide fans with a rare glimpse into Aguilera’s career and personal life.
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Time Studios and Roc Nation had already worked together on a documentary on Megan Thee Stallion, which was unveiled earlier this year. The film’s exec producers are Ian Orefice, Alexa Conway, and Loren Hammonds from Time Studios; Lori York, Sarah Francus, and Desiree Perez from Roc Nation; and Poo.
Hammonds, the Co-Head of Documentary at Time Studios, said, “We are beyond pleased to prolong our creative cooperation with Roc Nation via this film.” I’ve always thought Christina was an amazing performer and a unique gift. This is the right time for her narrative to be shared since she has one of the most important voices of our generation. We are very grateful that she has trusted TIME Studios and Roc Nation to help her tell her story.
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Poo collaborated with Leo Scott on Val, a documentary chronicling the life of actor Val Kilmer and his fight against throat cancer, which received widespread critical praise. The film had its world debut at Cannes in 2021 and then made its way to Amazon Prime the following year. A pair of Critics’ Choice Documentary Awards were bestowed upon it.
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Poo’s film editing resume includes titles like “Bella Vita” and “The Rocket Project” before Val. The director couldn’t speak highly enough about the topic of her upcoming film:
“Christina Aguilera is a global phenomenon; her music has touched the lives of countless individuals all over the globe. I feel privileged to relate the tale of the man or woman behind the music, which I am certain will have the same transformative effect.
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After the release of her self-titled album in 1999, Christina Aguilera became a worldwide phenomenon. Popular songs including “Genie in a Bottle,” “What a Girl Wants,” “Come On Over Baby (All I Want Is You),” and “I Turn to You” were on the album. She won the Best New Artist Grammy at age 19 the following year. Aguilera’s career spans many decades, and she has won several awards for her efforts along the way. There are seven Latin Grammy Award nominations for Aguilera, her most recent Spanish album. She has also made cameos in the movies Burlesque, The Emoji Movie, and Zoe.
She is well admired for her charity work, which includes supporting LGBTQ+ rights and gender equality, as well as helping victims of domestic abuse and worldwide calamities.
Music-themed documentaries are unquestionably trendy right now. Jeen-Yuhs (about Kanye West), Halftime (about Jennifer Lopez), Moonage Daydream (about David Bowie), and Selena Gomez: My Mind and Me are just a few that have been published this year alone.