If you’ve got entry to a mansion stuffed with artifacts from somebody’s historically-awesome music profession, you’re principally honor certain to name Ava DuVernay and see what she needs to do with it. According to Variety, the Selma director, at the moment engaged on Central Park Five for Netflix, will subsequently be helming a multi-part official Prince documentary in some unspecified time in the future sooner or later.

The movie will reportedly be made with the “full cooperation of the late artist’s property,” offering entry to “interviews, archival footage and pictures.” DuVernay made her function debut with 2008’s This Is The Life, a music documentary exploring L.A.’s different hip hop scene within the 1990s, so it appears utterly effective to get our hopes utterly up about this one.

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