Gone but not forgotten.
‘8 Mile’ star Taryn Manning remembered her late boyfriend and star Brittany Murphy before her launch HBO Max Documentary “What Happened, Brittany Murphy?”
“She was free-spirited, eccentric and full of laughter,” Manning, 42, people said Murphy, who died in December 2009 at the age of 32.
Manning also appeared in the new documentary, October 14th. The “Orange Is the New Black” star remembered getting a letter Murphy wrote to her on the set of her 2002 movie.
“She loved to dance and have fun and was kind to everyone,” Manning explained to the outlet. “She was a true star, radiant, sparkling, a beautiful soul.
“I don’t think Brittany has an average bone in her body,” she continued.
Murphy Sending shock waves across Hollywood in time. “Brittany Murphy has been a wonderful ray of light for so many people. Her smile was infectious. My prayers are with her family and loved ones,” Jessica Simpson said shortly after the actress passed away.
Clueless fellow Alicia Silverstone added: “I am so sad to hear this news. I loved working with Brittany. She was so talented, so warm and so sweet. I always felt connected to her because we shared a very special experience in our lives together. I feel love in my heart for her and I hope she is. in peace “.
The document will focus on Murphy’s life and the “mysterious circumstances surrounding [her] Tragic death”, according to the streaming service. The documentaries “will go beyond conspiracy theories and headlines, featuring new interviews by those closest to Brittany and new archival footage.”
The HBO Max special will also delve into the sad and sudden death of the “Girl, Interused” actress, as well as her turbulent relationship with her husband, British director Simon Monjak, who died just five months after his wife’s death.
Director Cynthia Hill clarified in the statement that the two-part series is intended to highlight Murphy’s talent and upbeat personality, not just her death.
“I agreed to make this movie because I think it’s a shame that Brittany’s promising life and career were overshadowed by the circumstances of her death,” Hill said. “I think it is important to celebrate Brittany’s talent as we struggle to explain the tragic circumstances of her death and that of Simone.”