Reese Witherspoon’s Production Company Working on ENHYPEN Documentary

Reese Witherspoon’s production company, Hello Sunshine, is currently developing a feature documentary about the K-pop boyband ENHYPEN, titled ‘Fanmade: ENHYPEN.’ Produced in collaboration with Good-People, the documentary will centre on the band’s devoted fanbase, placing them at the forefront of the concert creation process. 

Specifically, the film will follow five female fans as they collaborate with the band to create new material, engage with fellow fans, and celebrate their shared passion.

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‘Fanmade: ENHYPEN’ will offer unprecedented access to the band members as they embark on their latest world tour across the US, culminating in their recent Samsung Galaxy Fanmade concert experience in Dallas, Texas on 7th May. 

Directed by Caroline Suh, known for her work on 2020’s ‘Blackpink: Light Up the Sky,’ the documentary will also feature an original song titled ‘Home.’

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Caroline Suh expressed excitement about collaborating on the project, noting that the process has led to a newfound appreciation for the band. She emphasized the opportunity to explore ENHYPEN’s music through the personal narratives of their fans.

In related news, ENHYPEN will release a special album titled ‘Memorabilia’ for their original webcomic ‘Dark Moon’ on 9th May at 6 pm KST.

– Farheen Ali