The Bodyguard Starring Whitney Houston Will Be Re-Shot for the Anniversary of Her Death
The cult film The Bodyguard, which was released back in 1992, is about to be re-shot. The fact is that next year will be exactly 10 years since the death of the legendary singer and actress Whitney Houston, who played the main role in the original film. Interestingly, the film itself will also celebrate the 30th anniversary of the premiere. The remake is being produced by Warner Brothers and will be written by American playwright Matthew Lopez, who has worked on plays for Broadway, as well as on projects for HBO and Netflix. Screenwriter Lawrence Kasdan of the original film will take over as producer. Who will play the role instead of the late Houston is still a secret. In addition to a successful acting performance, The Bodyguard features several Whitney compositions. The songs Run to You and I Have Nothing were even nominated for an Oscar for Best Song for a Film.
The death of Whitney Houston shocked the world: she passed away on February 11, 2012, in a hotel room of the Beverly Hilton on the eve of the 54th Grammy Awards. The unconscious singer was found in the bathroom. The police immediately ruled out the version of the violent nature of the death. The 54th Grammy Awards were dedicated to Houston. On March 23, the results of a police investigation were released, which showed that the reasons for the death of the singer were drowning, atherosclerotic heart disease, and the use of illegal drugs. The death is presented as an incident, and the investigation has no suspicion of injury or violence.
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