Paris Hilton is making a documentary. And it sounds truly spectacular.

Life is all about the small things.

Funny looking dogs. Hot baristas. And movies that are so bad they are FABULOUS.

The 2000s gave us Glitter with Mariah Carey (how she didn’t win an Oscar I will never know).

The 2010s gave us Jack and Jill, which scored a record 3% on Rotten Tomatoes.

But brace yourselves people. Because in the making is a ‘documentary‘ that has the potential to be the worst movie ever made.

And if we could pre-book tickets we would.

0/10. Would recommend. Image via 20th Century Fox. 

Paris Hilton is producing a documentary (HANG ON, I haven't got to the best bit yet...).

And it's about...herself.

Great-granddaughter of Conrad Hilton who founded Hilton Hotels, Paris is a television personality, model, actress, singer, DJ, author and businesswoman. She is ALL the things.

9.14 Pictures and XYZ Films announced the documentary on Wednesday, with directors Don Argott and Sheena Joyce saying “Paris Hilton is a modern day-Marilyn Monroe — beautiful, iconized, world famous, shaped by mass media, and misunderstood. We are thrilled to work with Paris to explore her complicated relationship with the public, the press, and the politics that shape our perception of a modern celebrity.”


The good ol' days. Image via 20th Century Fox. 

Upon doing some research, Mamamia has discovered that Paris has actually already been the subject of a documentary that was released in 2008, entitled Paris, Not France. The more we think about that title, the less it makes sense.

In reviewing the film, Variety wrote that the 68-minute documentary "provided zero evidence that there’s anything truly interesting beneath the overexposed, heavily marketed surface she frets about being trapped by."

Oh my goodness we have found the trailer and now life is worth living. Post continues below. 

Video by Associated Press

HOW HAVE WE NOT SEEN THIS? Excuse us while we cancel our weekend plans.

Paris clearly did not read that review or is just pretty damn #resilient.

This, my friends, is the film we didn't know we needed. The film that we, as a culture, deserve.

Unfortunately, we do not yet have a release date for Paris' latest documentary, but we have a funny feeling it might coincide with the Apocalypse.