Filmmaker Steve Boettcher has said Betty White’s message, recorded before the actress passed away on December 31, will appear in the special film that airs to mark her 100th birthday.
Betty Blanche did one last act for her loyal fans before her incredible life came to an end on December 31, 2021. The iconic TV actress has apparently recorded a message for her countless admirers that will appear in the upcoming cinematic event, Betty White: a celebration, making its select theatrical debut on its 100th anniversary on January 17. “She made a short little video for us… it was kind of a tribute to her fans who were going to be with her at the event”, Steve boettcher, who created the special alongside Mike trinklein, Recount Entertainment tonight January 3. “It’s kind of a thank you to her fans that she gave 10 days before her death,” he added.
“She looked amazing, she loved to be ‘glamorous’ as she calls it, in her hair, her makeup, she was just striking and beautiful,” Steve said of the TV first lady, who passed away peacefully in her home just over a week after the video was recorded. “She was smiling and she really wanted to sincerely thank her fans, from the bottom of her heart, for all their support over the years,” Steve added to AND.
In addition to the personal video message, Betty White: a celebration will include behind-the-scenes footage from some of his most beloved projects. It will also offer insight into Betty’s personal life, including her relationship to her office staff and her efforts as an animal advocate. “I just think she was happy and eternally optimistic,” Steve said of the late icon. “You will see that in the film which will be released on January 17th, she has this incredible outlook on life and life and it rains throughout her career and her personal life. [She was] just the eternal optimist.
Betty White: a celebration will screen in 900 theaters nationwide, but only on Betty’s birthday. The special will also feature appearances by his famous friends as Ryan reynolds, Tina Fey, Robert redford, Lin Manuel – Miranda, Clint eastwood, Morgan freeman, and more. When the event was announced, Betty said in A declaration, “Who doesn’t like a party?!? This one is going to be GREAT! “
Sadly, Betty passed away just weeks before her 100th birthday. his friend Vicki Laurent Recount Sixth page that, according to a text conversation with Carol burnett, Betty’s last word before her death was “Allen” – as in her late husband Allen Ludden, died in 1981 at the age of 72 from stomach cancer.
Reference from hollywoodlife