That “definitive” Mac Miller documentary has been cancelled

Director CJ Wallis has pulled the project after objections from Miller’s family.

June 04, 2019
That “definitive” Mac Miller documentary has been cancelled Mac Miller at MTV's 'Wonderland' LIVE Show on September 22, 2016 in Los Angeles, California.   Dale Berman/Getty

Update: June 4, 2019 - 3:14 p.m: CJ Wallis has halted production of his just-announced Mac Miller documentary. In a series of tweets, Wallis revealed that Miller's family and manager Christian Clancy asked him to "hold off on the project" after it was announced. See his tweets below:


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Director CJ Wallis has confirmed that he is making a documentary about the life of late rapper Mac Miller. Wallis is making the film with his own production company, Magrette Bird Pictures, and has confirmed via Twitter that he's looking for suggestions for people to speak on camera.

“So, over the next year I’m going to start collecting interviews & content to make the definitive @MacMiller documentary for his family, friends & fans,” Wallis posted Monday morning in a since-deleted tweet. "Please share & tag anyone you think we need to speak with!"

Deadline describes Wallis is a "writer, editor, animator, visual designer and director." He has worked extensively with Curren$y and holds the position of creative director at his Jet Life label.

Miller died in September 2018 following an accidental overdose of cocaine, alcohol, and fentanyl, according to a report from the Los Angeles Coroner's Office. He received a posthumous Grammy nomination for his final album Swimming at this year's Grammys.

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That “definitive” Mac Miller documentary has been cancelled