In 2011, headlines across the globe lit up with the news that Amy Winehouse had died.
The response was immediate. An outpouring of mourners, well-wishers and heartbroken fans flocked to her home in North London, where she died, to grieve the 27-year-old singer.
It's been more than 12 years since the world lost Winehouse, and now a biopic, Back To Black, reflecting on her life and rise to fame – directed by controversial filmmaker Sam Taylor Johnson – has just received its first round of critical reviews upon the release of the teaser trailer.
And the general consensus is that no one is happy about this movie... well, no one except Winehouse's estate, of course.
Watch the trailer for Sam Taylor Johnson's Back To Black. Post continues after video.
Here's everything we know about the upcoming film, including why so many are pushing back against it.
So, what's going on?
In July 2022, it was announced that an upcoming biopic of Winehouse was in the works.
It wasn't the only time mentions of an Amy Winehouse movie made the rounds, but it is the first dramatisation to materialise following the 2015 A24 documentary Amy and BBC's Reclaiming Amy in 2021.