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06 June 2018

Here are all theatrical release dates for the Whitney documentary that we have confirmed to date. We will update this page as we confirm more dates:

Australia – July 26
Canada – July 13
Estonia – October 2
Finland – July 6
France – September 5
Ireland – July 6
New Zealand – July 26
Poland – July 6
Spain – July 7
Sweden – July 6
Taiwan – August 10
United Kingdom – July 6
United States – July 6


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16 June 2018

“Who could turn the world on with her smile?”
See WhitneyTheFilm – in theaters on July 6 #ILoveYouWhitney

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11 June 2018

Thirty years ago today (on June 11, 1988), Whitney was part of a special group of performers honored to be asked to perform for Nelson Mandela’s 70th Birthday Tribute, staged at Wembley Stadium in London and broadcast to 67 countries to an audience of 600 million! The show was dubbed “Freedomfest.” Many artists including Sting, Stevie Wonder, George Michael, The Eurythmics, The Bee Gees, Al Green and others performed. Whitney was a highlight of the show singing 8 songs. Here is one of our favorites from that night – Whitney and Cissy singing a gospel duet of “He/I Believe.”

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02 June 2018

“I Wanna Dance With Somebody (Who Loves Me),” “Didn’t We Almost Have It All,” “So Emotional,” “Where Do Broken Hearts Go” – these are just some of the amazing singles from the second album Whitney, which was released 31 years ago today (June 2, 1987). The album broke many records, including debuting at #1 and being the first album by a female artist to do so. It remained at the top for 11 consecutive weeks, and the first four singles all peaked at #1, which along with the three #1 singles from the debut album, added up to her record-breaking seven consecutive Number One’s. With three GRAMMY nominations and a win for Best Pop Performance, Female for “I Wanna Dance…,” the album remains relevant to this day. Whitney The Film debuts in movie theaters on July 6. #ILoveYouWhitney

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25 May 2018

On May 25, 1985, Whitney’s first single from her debut album, “You Give Good Love,” reached #1 on the Billboard R&B chart. The song, written by Kashif and LaLa, had originally been offered to Roberta Flack, but Kashif was convinced it would be a great song for Whitney. “You Give Good Love” won Favorite Soul/R&B Single at the 13th Annual American Music Awards and was nominated for a GRAMMY in the R&B category in 1986. The video was directed by Sir Michael Lindsay-Hogg who had worked with The Beatles and The Rolling Stones.

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