Betty White’s death at 99

Betty White was weeks far from her 100th birthday and prepared a huge event.

White, who passed away Friday, would have turned 100 on Jan. 17. A film occasion prepared prior to her death to mark the celebration will go on as prepared, according to manufacturers of the movie “Betty White: 100 Years Young — A Birthday Celebration.”

“Our hearts mourn today with the passing of Betty White. During the many years we worked with her, we developed a great love and admiration for Betty as a person, and as an accomplished entertainer,” movie manufacturers Steve Boettcher and Mike Trinklein stated in a declaration to CNN. “We are thankful for the many decades of delight she brought to everyone. Betty always said she was the ‘luckiest broad on two feet’ to have had a career as long as she did. And honestly, we were the lucky ones to have had her for so long.”

The movie checks out White’s profession and follows her everyday life, including her work, amusing in the house, and her advocacy for animals. It is set to evaluate at 900 theaters nationwide through Fathom Occasions and was initially going to reveal live video of White’s real birthday celebration.

“We will go forward with our plans to show the film on January 17 in hopes our film will provide a way for all who loved her to celebrate her life—and experience what made her such a national treasure,” Boettcher and Trinklein stated.

A star-studded cast of pals consisting of Ryan Reynolds, Tina Fey, Robert Redford, Lin Manuel- Miranda, Clint Eastwood, Morgan Freeman, Jay Leno, Carol Burnett, Craig Ferguson, Jimmy Kimmel, Valerie Bertinelli, James Corden, Wendy Malick and more were initially set up to take part.

“Who doesn’t love a party?!? This one is gonna be GREAT!” White stated in a declaration to CNN recently.

Jobber Wiki author Frank Long contributed to this report.