In light of Juice WRLD‘s highly-anticipated documentary Into The Abyss, the film has recently won an award after its premiere at the AFI Film Festival this past weekend.
Among the three awarded films, Into The Abyss (directed by Tommy Oliver) achieved the AFI Fest Audience Award for the documentary category — garnering more hype leading up to the film’s official release in December.
And the winners are …👇👇👇https://t.co/rvzpcPd9h3— AFI FEST (@AFIFEST) November 16, 2021
HBO shared the trailer on Nov. 13 for Juice WRLD’s upcoming film as a part of its original documentary series “Music Box” that will feature six films from six storytellers exploring pivotal moments in music. Among the short films, Juice WRLD’s “Into The Abyss” assumes the series finale.
I’m currently on my way to the premiere of Juice WRLD: Into the Abyss and I can’t wait for the Juice community to see this film. I poured my heart into it and hope it does at least a modicum of justice to someone who continues to mean so much to so many. #999 #lljw #jwitab #love— Tommy Oliver (@ProducerTommy) November 13, 2021
Following the short-lived The Party Never Ends era, Bibby explained in an Instagram live that he scrapped TPNE altogether, as Juice WRLD’s newly-titled album Fighting Demons is set to drop Dec. 10 with its lead single “Already Dead” now available on streaming platforms.
On another note, it’s been a tumultuous year for Juice WRLD fans. With a ceaseless push-and-pull between the label and leakers, the relationship has reached a breaking point with fans wanting music and the label wanting privacy — ensuring Juice’s legacy as one of the most talented rappers music has ever seen.
Juice WRLD is also coming off 50 new RIAA certifications, as all of his solo albums earned more platinum marks while his culture-shifting “Lucid Dreams” nears diamond status.
The HBO original series lineup is as follows: “Jagged” (Nov. 18), “DMX: Don’t Try To Understand” (Nov. 25), “Listening To Kenny G” (Dec. 2), “Mr. Saturday Night” (Dec. 9), “Juice WRLD: Into The Abyss” (Dec. 16).
Watch the trailer below!