The life and death moments of Bobbi Kristina, the late daughter of legendary singer Whitney Houston, is finally going to be storied and made into an emotional biopic that will debut on the big screens soon.
According to The Jasmine Brand, popular TV station TV One has bought rights to tell the story of the 22-year-old who passed on in July 2015, months after she was found unresponsive in a bathtub at her home in Georgia.
“TV One feels like they can tell her story in a way that will resonate with fans,” a source close to the TV station told The Jasmine Brand, adding, “There’s so much about her life that some people didn’t know about — outside of the headlines. They think they can pull it off.”
The blog adds that the casting for the film has already begun and the role of the famous mum Whitney Houston would be played by actress Demetria McKinney, while Vivica A. Fox plays the role of Bobbi’s aunt, Pat Houston.
The production of the film will reportedly begin this month, and we can’t wait to see who gets to play the tormented young woman who battled drug addiction until she was found unresponsive.