AceShowbiz - It's been 25 years since the release of "The Bodyguard: Original Soundtrack", and it seems Legacy recording has some plans in hand to celebrate the anniversary of the best-selling soundtrack of all time. ET Online reported that the label, together with the Estate of Whitney Houston, would deliver unreleased recordings from the album entitled "Whitney Houston -- I wish You Love: More From The Bodyguard" on November 17.
Unreleased live and studio recordings from Houston's "The Bodyguard Tour" from 1993 to 1995 are among the list. It will also include an alternate version of a remix of "I'm Every Woman" and other alternate version of the songs on the original album.
In addition, Fontainebleau Miami Beach, where Houston performed "I Will Always Love You" and "I Have Nothing" on the movie, will pay tribute with an invite-only listening party and movie screening. Guests can also join in special activities at the event that will be held on November 4. The opportunity to RSVP for the listening party and movie screening will start on Friday, October 13, through Houston's website.
On August 26, a documentary movie entitled "Whitney: Can I Be Me" was released on Showtime. The movie offers an inside look at Houston's journey to become the most successful female artist of all time, her involvements with drug, her sexuality and her tragic death at age 49.
The helmer of the movie, Nick Broomfield, revealed that he was moved to tears while working on the movie. "We wanted to tell the story through her eyes. And as soon as that was changed... I found myself tearing up. I could feel the spirit of Whitney," Broomfield said.
The seven-time Grammy Award winner was found dead in the bathtub of a Beverly Hills hotel on February 11, 2012. Coroner stated that she accidentally drowned in the bathtub, with heart disease and cocaine use listed as contributing factors. She was laid to rest in New Jersey on February 19 in the same year, leaving her only daughter, Bobbi Kristina Brown, who later died on July 26, 2015.