Whereas the teaser gave us an ebullient Whitney Houston rehearsing with backup dancers and showcasing her trademark vocals, the trailer gets into the meat of the documentary with emotional recollections of the late singer.
Directed by Kevin Macdonald (The Last King of Scotland), Whitney is produced by Simon Chinn, Jonathan Chinn, and Lisa Erspamer, and executive produced by Nicole David, Pat Houston, Will Clarke, Andy Mayson, Mike Runagall, Zanne Devine, Rosanne Korenberg and Joe Patrick.
Houston's half-brother, the former NBA basketball player Gary Garland-Houston, alleges that both he and Houston were sexually abused by Warwick when he was between the ages of seven and nine.More news: How to set up Gmail offline mode
"There were times when I looked up to God and I'd go, 'Why is this happening to me?'" the singer says in one scene, seemingly pondering her rise to superstardom and the downfalls of fame.
Included in interviews are Houston's mother Cissy and her ex-husband and performer Bobby Brown.
"Bobby was jealous", an interviewee recalls.More news: Circle In Plans To Create A Dollar-Pegged Cryptocurrency, Raises $110 Million
"He wanted to be on the stage, he wanted to be in the forefront", the person contends in the clip. Described as the definitive story of the global superstar, the film features interviews with many of Houston's relatives and close acquaintances, two of whom make the claims against Warwick. "And eventually, she stepped down to lift him up".
Elsewhere, Houston criticizes fellow pop star Paula Abdul.
"Paula Abdul ain't s-", she says to her mother. "That girl is singing off key on the record", she says, reclining in a white bath robe. You can check it out the Miramax and Roadside Attractions in theaters (in North America) starting July 6.More news: Preakness Stakes 2018: Justify prohibitive favorite in morning-line odds
And, of course, Houston's own voice - specifically, her memorable 1991 performance of "The Star-Spangled Banner" at Super Bowl XXV - is showcased in the trailer. Watch the new trailer above.