Elizabeth “Liz” Taylor could be the subject of a forthcoming documentary series produced by J. J. Abrams’ company, Bad Robot, according to Deadline.
Bad Robot, the film and television production company led by J. J. Abrams, is reportedly working on an episodic TV documentary about the legendary Hollywood actress, Elizabeth Taylor. The documentary series is being made in partnership with House of Taylor and is yet to be linked to any specific network.
The documentary series will explore how the Hollywood icon, Elizabeth Taylor, was one of the forebearers of the modem-day concept of celebrity. It will also look at the “Cleopatra” star’s role as a pioneer for women in Hollywood, her activism and charitable work, her many and varied onscreen roles, and the role she played in the lives of her family and friends.
The British-American actress began her movie career as a child actress aged just 10 years old. She went on to win Oscars for her performances in “Butterfield 8” in 1961 and “Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf” in 1967.
A legendary star of the big screen, Elizabeth Taylor died in 2011 in Los Angeles, aged 79. The “Cat on a Hot Tin Roof” star remains one of the most respected and admired actresses in the history of cinema.