Beyoncé is coming to the cinema: how to get your seat?

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It’s official, Beyoncé is coming to French cinemas to broadcast her highly anticipated documentary “Renaissance: A Film by Beyoncé”.

Just like Taylor Swift, Beyoncé invites her fans to join her in movie theaters. This Thursday, Parkwood Entertainment confirmed that its documentary “ Renaissance: A Film by Beyoncé » will be released in France. As a reminder, the star of “Run the World (Girls)” played two sold-out concerts for her French audience, one at the Stade de France and the second at the Stade Vélodrome.

For 2 hours 40 minutes, spectators will be able to discover on the big screen behind the scenes, preparations and rehearsals for his famous world tour, “Renaissance World Tour”, but also the famous “mute challenge”. » which has fascinated social networks. “ It’s about Beyoncé’s intention, her hard work, her involvement in all aspects of production, her creative spirit and her goal to create her legacy and master her craft », Explains the press release. The fans are therefore not at the end of their surprises.

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To discover the show, meet on December 1, 2023. To do this, you will have to go to all the cinemas of the Gaumont-Pathé group. For the moment, the price of tickets is unknown although pre-sales will be available from November 9 on the website. If Taylor Swift has to date more than 130 million admissions for her filmed concert film and 43,000 in France, according to BoxOffice pro, what will happen to Beyoncé? Are cinema concerts the future of our cinemas? Queen B will tell us.

Renaissance: A Film by Beyoncé » will be distributed worldwide, including two previews: one in Los Angeles, on November 25, and the other in London, on November 30.


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