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Netflix to launch Fyre Festival documentary, as advised by the the organizers themselves

In case the Fyre Festival organizer Billy McFarland being sentenced to 6 years in jail didn’t fulfill the narrative ending wants, Netflix appears to be like to fill within the blanks with a brand new documentary, FYRE, concerning the disastrous music competition. The streamlining service not too long ago launched the trailer to the documentary, which showcases the expectations versus actuality facade promoted by McFarland and Ja Rule. According to Netflix, the documentary will likely be advised by the organizers themselves.

FYRE will likely be launched on Netflix on January 18. Additionally, Hulu will likely be working a docuseries concerning the occasion, set to air in 2019. Even Seth Rogen and The Lonely Island talked about curiosity in making a film with an analogous story line to the cataclysmic failure.

The Netflix documentary was directed by Chris Smith, who made the documentary Jim & Andy: The Great Beyond, about Jim Carrey’s transformation into efficiency artist and comic Andy Kaufman.

H/T: Pitchfork

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