At least one person is not thrilled with the cluster of new Britney Spears documentaries. Her newlywed fiancé Sam Asghari took to Instagram before the weekend of September 24 to comment. Here’s what the professional trainer and model had to say.
Sam Asghari posted his feelings about the upcoming documentaries on his Instagram Story
Probably in response to FX / Hulu’s surprise last minute release of The New York Times Presents: Controlling Britney Spears, Britney’s new fiancé shared his opinion with his 2.1 million followers on Instagram.
Per Us Magazine included Asghari’s Instagram story message emojis and an illustration by Britney Spears. He also included the hashtag #FreeBritney.
“Apparently, my opinion has increased in value over the last few days,” Asghari wrote on his Instagram story on September 24, 2021. “Previous documents left poorly to taste. I hope this will be resp. [sic]. I do not blame CNN, BBC or NETFLIX ([which] got me through lockdowns [praying hands emoji] to send them because I, as an actor, also tell other people’s stories. ”
The model further said that the credit for the documentaries should go to the Free Britney movement.
“I question manufacturers who made them ‘just to shed light’ without input or approval from the subject,” Asghari’s post continued. “Any credit for the light being thrown should go to #freebritney [red heart emoji]. ”
Hulu released another Britney Spears documentary over the weekend
Asghari previously responded to the full trailer for Netflix Britney vs Spears on September 23, 2021. In addition, he said he hoped the profits for the films would go to similar causes.
“I hope the profits from these documents go to fight opponent [sic] injustice #freebritney, ”commented Asghari, 27, on Instagram.
But when his more recent Instagram comments surfaced, FX and Hulu had also dropped their second Britney Spears documentary. The New York Times Presents: Controlling Britney Spears appeared out of nowhere and streamed on the evening of September 24th. As a result, interest in the case reached fever level again.
Samantha Stark and Liz Day look at the conservatory in Controlling Britney Spears revealed deeply disturbing stories about the singer.
In the big picture, the documentaries represent exploding interest in Britney Spears’ controversial conservatory case. Pages Starks’ gut-wrenching The New York Times Presents: Framing Britney Spears fell in February, interest has only grown as filmmakers continue to knock out documentary content.
Director Erin Lee Carr worked independently on her own documentary for Netflix, which has its own buzz and fan base. Britney vs Spears streams on Netflix on September 28th.
In addition, CNN released Toxic: Britney Spears’ fight for freedom. Finally released the BBC The Battle of Britney: Fans, Cash and a Conservatory back in May 2021.
Therefore, the market for Brintey Spears documentaries is either oversaturated – or reflects the general level of interest.
The documentaries come right before Britney Spears’ upcoming conservatory interrogation
Producers perfectly timed the documentaries to coincide with a crucial date. Britney will meet her father, Jamie Spears, in court on September 29, 2021. After several months of asking the courts to remove him as her $ 60 million property conservator, Britney can get her way.
Jamie Spears finally requested to officially close the conservatory earlier in September 2021.
“When Britney spoke publicly about her conservatory in detail for the first time during a June court hearing, she said one reason she had not spoken before was that she did not believe people would believe her,” he said. Strong in an official statement about her film release.
At least so much has changed.
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