Paramount+'s New Documentary "Milli Vanilli" Premieres on October 24
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Paramount+ announce that the new feature-length documentary MILLI VANILLI, which made its world premiere at the 2023 Tribeca Festival, will premiere exclusively on the service Tuesday, October 24 in the U.S. and Canada, and on Wednesday, October 25 in the U.K., Australia, Latin America, Brazil, Italy, France, Germany, Switzerland and Austria.
Produced by MRC and Keep on Running Pictures, MILLI VANILLI tells the story of Robert "Rob" Pilatus and Fabrice "Fab" Morvan, who became fast friends during their youth in Germany. With Rob coming from a broken home and Fab having left an abusive household, they shared a similar upbringing and future goal: to become famous superstars. In a few short years, their dreams came true.
In 1989 their first album went platinum six times in the U.S., and the hit song "Girl You Know It's True" sold more than 30 million singles worldwide. Rob and Fab, better known as "Milli Vanilli," became the world's most popular pop duo in 1990 and won the GRAMMY for Best New Artist. However, their ascension to success came with a devastating price that ultimately led to their infamous undoing.
Having recently premiered at the 2023 Tribeca Festival, MILLI VANILLI will make its West Coast festival debut at the prestigious Mill Valley Film Festival on October 13. Tickets can be purchased at https://
MILLI VANILLI is directed and produced by Luke Korem, and produced by Bradley Jackson, MRC and Keep On Running Pictures in partnership with MTV Entertainment Studios. Hanif Abdurraqib and Kim Marlowe serve as executive producers.
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Paramount Media Networks & MTV Entertainment Studios is one of the preeminent media entities in the world that connects with global audiences through its nine iconic brands - MTV, Comedy Central, VH1, CMT, Pop, Logo, The Smithsonian Channel, Paramount Network and TV Land - and its Studios arm which produces acclaimed series and movies as well as award-winning documentaries through MTV Documentary Films.
MRC is the leading independent entertainment studio which develops, finances, and produces some of the world's most iconic, award-winning, and prestigious television series, films, and non-fiction documentaries with the industry's foremost creative artists. To date, MRC has been nominated for 111 Emmy(R) Awards, 29 Golden Globe (R) Awards, 12 Academy(R) Awards and 2 GRAMMY Awards(R) and its films have grossed more than $6 Billion in worldwide box office. MRC Non-Fiction has been responsible for Edgar Wright's "The Sparks Brothers," Zackary Drucker's "Queenmaker: Making of an It Girl", Luke Korem's "Milli Vanilli", Yemi Bamiro's "Super Eagles" and has upcoming projects with filmmakers including Ahmir "Questlove" Thompson, Daniel Roher, Bao Nguyen, Kief Davidson, Sacha Jenkins, Clair Titley and others. For more information please visit: www.mrcentertainment.com.
October 10, 2023 2:00pm ET by CBS