Britney Ever After’s trailer that lifetime dropped on Monday makes it pretty clear that the biopic here will follow the superstar (Britney Spears) from the top of her charts to the depths of despair—- and back to life again.
But what is the likeliest that will stick with you after watching the trailer is the glimpse of Britney’s infamous head-shaving incident in the year of 2007.
The Trailer also showed off some of Britney’s greatest moments from some stellar dance moves to her darkest hours.
Britney’s Voice Over said:
“Everything’s just kind of this blur, you know.”
Natasha Bennett did a great job here, by nailing down Britney’s clear voice. The trailer flashed moments of happiness like a happy Britney on her wedding day, whereas in others she looked scared and a bit doubtful.
But as we all know Brit always comes out on the top!
The first trailer for the biopic features Natasha Bassett who’s playing Spears during her fabulous performances and not to forget that infamous head-shaving meltdown.
The other cast also includes Clayton Chitty as Kevin Federline, Nathan Keyes as Justin Timberlake, Nicole Oliver as Lynne Spears and much more taking figures in the life of the superstar.
According to the Lifetime, the movie will detail the clamorous story of the pop icon Britney Spears- her rise to fame, her fall from grace and her triumphant resurgence. We will see her firmly securing as one of the world’s pop stars.
The network’s unofficial movie is due out on February 18, 2017.
According to some of our sources, Britney’s representative said in a statement that:
“Britney Spears will not be contributing in any way, shape or form to the Lifetime biopic, nor does it have her blessing.”
Well, it is not for the first time that Lifetime has made a biopic film without taking the consent of the subject. The TV channel released biopics about Whitney Houston, Elizabeth Taylor, and Anna Nicole Smith.