Thursday, March 15, 2012

CASHING IN ON WHITNEY HOUSTON

   Warner Bros. have found a way to cash in on Whitney Houston's untimely death.
with Kevin Costner in The Bodyguard
  The movie studio is rushing her 1992 hit film The Bodyguard back into cinemas for a one-night-only special event at cinemas across America on March 28.
   The excuse is that this month marks the 20th anniversary of its release, but one cannot help thinking the occasion would probably have gone unnoticed and unremarked if it had not been for the singer's tragic death.
   We can also expect a re-release of The Bodyguard soundtrack album which became the best-selling soundtrack of all time with nearly 12 million copies sold in the U.S. 
  Featuring the cover of I will Always Love You, the album also launched four other hit singles for Houston: I'm Every Woman, Queen of the Night and two Oscar-nominated songs, I Have Nothing and Run to You.      


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