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Jamie Foxx-Produced Luther Vandross Doc Set For 2025 Release

The Jamie Foxx-produced documentary about R&B icon Luther Vandross, “Luther: Never Too Much,” has been acquired by CNN Films in partnership with the Oprah Winfrey Network (OWN).

The documentary film, which first premiered at this year’s Sundance Film Festival, will debut in 2025 first on television on CNN and OWN before it lands on Max.

“Luther is one of our GOATs. He’s one of the greatest singers in the history of music. It is truly an honor to be a part of the team to help bring this incredible story to the masses.”

Jamie Foxx said in a statement

The documentary follows “the iconic artist as he charted his own course becoming one of the most decorated and influential pop artists of all time” and “capture the intensely private Grammy-winning artist’s passion for music, global rise and personal struggles.” The film includes “access to his never-before-seen personal archive” and is being supported by his closest friends and family. Producers have partnered with Trilogy Films, the Estate of Luther Vandross and estate partner Primary Wave Music to create the doc.

Luther Vandross was one of the greatest R&B singers in music history. The eight-time Grammy Award winner is best known for his iconic records such as, “Never Too Much,” “Here and Now,” and “Dance With My Father.” His music has been sampled by many artists, most famously by Twista and Kanye West on 2004’s “Slow Jamz,” to which Jamie Foxx sang the chorus.

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