An Untold Boy Band Story in ‘Menudo: Forever Young’ Doc Trailer
by Alex Billington
June 12, 2022
“There are a lot of good things that came out of Menudo, but there was a price to pay for that magic…” HBO has revealed an official trailer for one more music historical past documentary sequence titled Menudo: Forever Young, which shall be streaming on HBO Max this month. It’s a “riveting four-part docu-series chronicling the untold story behind the rise and fall of Menudo, the most iconic Puerto Rican boy band in history.” Not only one lengthy movie, it is a large story in 4 chapters! Menduo is a boy band that first shaped again in 1977 with their first album “Los Fantasmas”. Menudo: Forever Young chronicles the rise and fall of essentially the most iconic Latin American boy band in historical past. Fans will get a better take a look at the glitz & glamor of their favourite teen idols’ ’80s outfits, world excursions, journal covers, and screaming followers. But, via interviews with ex-Menudo members and others, in addition they see how this extravagant facade might have lined up an online of alleged abuse and exploitation. An enormous twist! Fame is all the time harmful and damaging, particularly in music.
Here’s the official trailer (+ poster) for HBO’s doc sequence Menudo: Forever Young, direct from YouTube:
For years, the Puerto Rican boy band Menudo took the globe by storm, launching quite a few careers and influencing worldwide youth tradition, music, and fandom. But Menudos decades-long success got here at a price. This fascinating four-part docuseries chronicles the never-before-heard story behind the rise and fall of essentially the most iconic Puerto Rican boy band in historical past together with the alleged backstage tradition of greed, abuse, and mayhem. Menudo: Forever Young is a docu-series directed by filmmakers Kristofer Ros (director of the docs Imagining Zootopia, Havana Skate Days) & Angel Manuel Soto (director of the characteristic movies Frailty, The Farm, Charm City Kings). Produced by Enrique Rivera. Executive produced by Cristina Costantini, Alex Fumero, Justin Lacob, Bryn Mooser, Jeff Plunkett, and Angel Manuel Soto. HBO will debut the Menudo: Forever Young sequence streaming on HBO Max on June twenty third, 2022 this summer time.