Lil Peep Documentary Executive Produced by Terrence Malick in the Works

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Lil Peep attends the Moncler Gamme Bleu show during Milan Men's Fashion Week Spring/Summer 2018 on June 18, 2017 in Milan, Italy.

Lil Peep documentary is en route and will be executive produced by Terrence Malick, according to an Oct. 31 New York Times feature.

Malick -- who is responsible for directing Badlines and The Thin Red Line -- is a friend of Peep's family. Along with the documentary, a new soundtrack will be on the way, reports The Times' Jon Caramanica. 

The origin of Peep's posthumous record "Falling Down," which features XXXTentacion, was also revealed in the latest feature. According to Caramanica, Peep's circle weren't keen on the idea of reworking his original iLoveMakonnen collaboration "Sunlight on Your Skin" in favor of the late rapper, due to the "severe allegations" pinned against him. 

Peep's mother, Liza Womack, also wasn't initially open to the joint collaboration between her son and XXXTentacion, but later reconsidered after meeting with the "Sad!" rapper's mother, Cleopatra Bernard. The song was eventually approved by both mothers. Lil Peep's new album Come Over When You're Sober Pt. 2 drops Nov. 9.