When Madonna made her concert documentary 'Truth or Dare' in 1991, her then-boyfriend Warren Beatty was featured in a few scenes, but he didn't look all that happy to have the cameras in his face.
Now a somewhat similar situation is playing out between Katy Perry and her ex-husband Russell Brand as she prepares for the July 5th release of her own concert film, 'Part of Me.' But while Brand didn't mind being in the movie when it was shot, he's now reportedly upset that he won't have a say in how the couple's relationship will be depicted on-screen.
Every fifteen or so years we get a pop princess that more or less (or better or worse) becomes the voice of a particular generation. This generation's singing queen is arguably Katy Perry, so what better way to let everybody know that then by releasing a documentary/concert movie on said singer.
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Those of you who can't get enough of Katy Perry (and let's be honest, who can't?), the ultra-popular singing sensation was supposed to have her big breakout role in an Oscar nominated film. But the bubble gum pop star had to backout due to a scheduling conflict.
Okay, with that out of the system, the only two reasons why her concert film 'Katy Perry: Part of Me' should be in three dimensions - make that one reason - is that Justin Bieber and Miley Cyrus had success with their multi-dimensional concert films. Here's the trailer for Perry's ripped-from-the-headlines documentary.
We knew that Katy Perry had been filming a 3D concert movie a la Justin Bieber's 'Never Say Never' but beyond that, we didn't know much about it. All that changed this weekend when Ms. Perry made the announcement that her new film would be titled "Katy Perry: Part of Me 3D' and it would hit theaters on Fourth of July weekend. Excited? How about a new trailer too?
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