The film will also focus on Stanley and Simmons going back to when they were two trouble-making kids from Queens.
The film is said to chronicle West’s rise to fame and groundbreaking career as a rapper and entrepreneur.
‘Selena: The Series Part Two’ will continue to dive into the late singer's iconic and pioneering career.
The singer released the original version of Positions – her sixth studio album – back in October of last year, after previewing it with its title track.
The film premieres February 12 on Netflix.
The Recording Academy has announced the singer will receive the Lifetime Achievement Award at the 2021 Grammy Awards.
The film, which captures highlights from Grande’s Sweetener World Tour, premieres December 21.
‘Excuse me, I Love You’ premieres December 21 on Netflix.
The collection includes 20 original songs by the Mexican-American icon – all featured in the hit Netflix series.
In the series' first season, which aired in October, Michael Stipe explained the story behind iconic R.E.M. hit “Losing My Religion”.
The eight-episode story follows cynical Dash and optimistic Lily as they trade dares, dreams and desires in the notebook they pass back and forth throughout NYC.
Part one of the series, which explores the life and career of Selena Quintanilla, premieres December 4.
‘In Wonder’ offers an intimate look at the singer-songwriter, and drops days ahead of his forthcoming album, ‘Wonder.’
The British singer lent her soulful vocals to ‘Hear My Voice’ plus two additional songs on the film’s soundtrack.
Netflix’s new biographical drama about Selena Quintanilla premieres December 4.