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Huge news for Beyoncé fans – both the camp that’s begging her to finally drop the visuals for her 2022 album, Renaissance, and for those who missed their summer shows. On Thursday she released a new trailer for Renaissance: A Film by Beyoncé, which is set to hit theaters on December 1st. “In this world that is very male-dominated, I had to be really tough,” she says in voiceover as videos from the tour flash on the screen. “To find the balance between motherhood and being on this stage, it just reminds me of who I really am.”
Beyoncé announced the film in early October, writing in a Instagram Caption: “Be careful what you ask for because I might comply.”
The trailer for Renaissance The film includes behind-the-scenes footage of the singer with Jay-Z; her twins Rumi and Sir; and tour star Blue Ivy backstage and also teases moments of Beyoncé preparing with her team. What is crucial is Diversity’S According to sources, it also includes videos for the long-awaited visual album. “When I perform, I am nothing but free. My goal for this tour was to create a place where everyone is free and no one is judged,” she says in the trailer. When asked by someone off-camera what she thought of the tour, Beyoncé replied: “I feel liberated. I’ve turned into a new animal.”
Accordingly The Hollywood Reporter, the film will have two premieres: one on November 25th in Los Angeles and another on November 30th in London. Tickets for US screenings start at $22 and are already available on AMC’s website and through Fandango, but fans should act quickly. A cursory glance at the AMCs in New York City suggests that the screenings – particularly the IMAX screenings – are predictably packed. And who knows, maybe Taylor Swift will make an appearance like Beyoncé did for her?
This post has been updated.