Definitely, fans will not have the opportunity to see a hologram of actress Whoopi Goldberg, 67, after her death. This is due to the fact that, as stated by the artist herself, this prohibition is present in the will she wrote 15 years ago.
“I don’t want to be a hologram”, he decreed in an interview with the North American talk show The View. “They don’t ask you, that’s the question. They just do it, and then you say, ‘Hey, isn’t that Tupac?’ I don’t want that. It’s a little weird, scary,” he said.
Asked about what she wants to happen after death, Whoopi revealed that she prefers to be cremated and turn “dust in the wind”, as reported by People.
“[Dessa forma] I’ll go around the world, I’ll be everywhere. I can be in your backyard. I don’t want people to feel obligated to come to the cemetery. If you want to remember me, remember me.”
In early 2020, Whitney Houston, who died in 2012, “returned” to the stage through images projected at concerts. Rapper Tupac Shakur, mentioned by the actress and killed in 1996, had already become a hologram at a Coachella performance in 2012.
Another prohibition that appears in Golgberg’s already produced will refers to biographical films. Any content about his life and career can only be done with the express permission of his family.
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