From the presidency to the producer of the movie one step. ex-US President Barack Obama with his wife Michelle Obama has signed multi-year agreement with Netflix. This message was posted exactly strmov film company in its official Twitter back in 2018.
President Barack Obama and Michelle Obama have entered into a multi-year agreement to produce films and series for Netflix, potentially including scripted series, unscripted series, docu-series, documentaries, and features.
— Netflix US (@netflix) May 21, 2018
Netflix argue that the contract really signed not in the short term. Spouses will need to produce documentary series and films, to tell inspiring stories from talented people. Content production will fall on the shoulders of High Ground Productions, the rights to which they bought.
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Michelle and Barack Obama
And Barack and Michelle Obama announced that they have acquired the film rights to the book by Michael Lewis “Fifth risk”. and already started preparing for the film, which will tell about the period before the departure of Barack Obama and the arrival of Donald trump. The last in the book not shown in a favorable light.
In the media they say that the next can be a screen adaptation of the autobiography of Michelle Obama.
At least Barack Obama had previously said he would not make a movie with your stance on politicians, now times times takes only political topics.
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