John F. Kennedy Jr. New Documentary Looks Back On His Life
I Am JFK Jr. is a new documentary that focuses on the life of John F. Kennedy Jr. — from his childhood in the White House up to his plane crash death. The documentary is set to premiere in select theaters on July 22.
John F. Kennedy Jr. Documentary ‘I Am JFK Jr.’ Reflects On His Life
Network Entertainment’s Derik Murray produced the JFK film in the same form as his other “I Am” movies, including I Am Bruce Lee, I Am Chris Farley and I Am Evel Knievel.
“John Kennedy Jr. was destined for greatness, the heir apparent to his father’s legacy, and he knew that,” Murray said.
The film looks back on JFK Jr.’s time as an assistant district attorney in New York, his 1988 People magazine Sexiest Man Alive cover and his 1995 debut as publisher of the magazine George.
Video interviews with celebrities and politicians who knew JFK Jr. well, are shown throughout the film. Supermodel Cindy Crawford, actor Robert De Niro, boxer Mike Tyson, journalist Christiane Amanpour, Hustler magazine publisher Larry Flynt, songwriter John Perry Barlow, and JFK Jr.’s former Brown University roommate Chris Oberbeck are all featured in the documentary.
In addition to being shown in theaters, I Am JFK Jr. will air on Spike TV at 9 p.m. on Aug. 1, and a DVD release is set for Aug. 16.