Beyoncé releases the trailer for the concert film “Renaissance”

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A complete trailer for the upcoming concert movie based on Beyoncé‘s successful 2023 Renaissance World Tour was released on Sunday night.

The singer has started pre-sales for the movie, which has the official title “Renaissance: A Film by Beyonce,” through cinema chains like AMC, Regal, and Cinemark. On December 1st, it will open in theaters here.

Beyoncé croons in the video, “When I am performing, I am nothing but free,” over a montage of pictures taken on the road. “I wanted to make a place where everyone is free and no one is judged,” the tour’s creator said.

Beyoncé posted the trailer to her Instagram just before 11 p.m. PT after the singer’s label, Parkwood Entertainment, promised a late announcement for the tour’s last domestic leg. She used the line from her song “All Up in Your Mind,” “Be careful what you ask for, ’cause I just might comply,” as the description for the picture.

This movie, like many of Beyoncé’s, looks to be a family affair. The clip shows glimpses of Blue Ivy Carter, Beyoncé’s oldest daughter and current backup dancer, as well as the couple’s twins, Rumi and Sir. Also seen and audibly asked about his wife’s goals with this most recent creative endeavor is Shawn Carter himself.

Beyoncé signed a contract to have the new concert movie distributed directly by AMC Theatres, as Variety reported exclusively on Saturday. She also announced more exhibition chains in her formal statement.

Sources informed Variety in an earlier story that an auction for the hybrid project was teased to the major studios and streamers in mid-September. Beyoncé decided on a novel contract structure developed in August by AMC and Taylor Swift. According to estimates, Swift self-financed her movie and will receive well over 50% of the box office takings. According to Variety’s sources, Beyoncé will receive the same package.

According to insiders, the movie will cover a wide range of material, including the highlights of the entire Renaissance World Tour in 2023, the eagerly anticipated videos made for the “Renaissance” visual album, and a documentary-style account of how the tour and album were created.

Previous Beyoncé concert films include the 2009 direct-to-DVD release “I Am…Yours,” which was captured live at the Wynn Casino in Las Vegas; the 2013 HBO production “Life Is But a Dream,” which combined a confessional account of becoming a mother with live performances from her grand opening performance at the Revel Casino in Atlantic City; and the 2018 Coachella headlining set in the cultural phenomenon “Homecoming” on Netflix.

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