Howard’s Imagine Entertainment and White Horse Pictures announced the untitled project Thursday.
Pavarotti transcended opera to become a leading tenor. Howard says Pavarotti’s life is full of great drama and contradictions.
The tenor became a best-selling classical artist, with more than 100 million records sold, and he had the first classical album to reach No. 1 on the pop charts. He died from pancreatic cancer in 2007 at age 71. The untitled documentary does not have a release date.
Howard’s last film, The Beatles: Eight Days A Week – The Touring Years, won the Grammy Award for best music film.