Channel 4 has requested a three-section documentary rethinking the notorious Bling Ring posse who burgled the Hollywood homes of the rich and popular during the 2000s.
In a drawn out wrongdoing binge, the crooks — who ended up being a lot of working class teens — struck dread into the hearts of youthful Hollywood somewhere in the range of 2008 and 2009 by breaking into their homes, taking their originator duds and even, in one case, utilizing their washrooms.
Among those burglarized were Paris Hilton, Orlando Bloom, Lindsay Lohan and Rachel Bilson who lost adornments, watches, handbags and shoes in the heists.
A Vanity Fair article about the stealing teenagers was transformed into a book and in the long run a film by Sofia Coppola, featuring Emma Watson as Alexis Neiers (imagined), the apparent head of the posse.
Channel 4’s series, delivered by Double Act Productions, will find a portion of the first Bling Ring individuals just as police and different specialists who say something regarding the wrongdoing.
“This series will also have a tantalising take on popular culture at a time when reality TV, the paparazzi and social media conspired to create a new type of celebrity,” said Larry Walford, creative director at Double Act Productions.
Jonah Weston, charging proofreader at Channel 4 said: “This is an exemplary ‘just in Hollywood’ story, and I figure crowds will cherish the blend of VIP and web-based media that prompted quite possibly the most infamous wrongdoing stories ever.”
The doc series will be chief created by Double Act’s Larry Walford and Rob David. It was appointed by Jonah Weston.