Beyoncé: the trailer for the film from her Renaissance tour is breathtaking

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She’s coming to the big screen soon, Beyoncé announced her tour film a month ago and the trailer has just landed on the platforms. And it packs a punch.

You are the visuals “. Beyoncé knows how to please her fans and the release of the first trailer for her highly anticipated “RENAISSANCE: A Film by Beyoncé” is clearly a good start. Throughout 2023, The Queen of Pop carried “Renaissance”, which was also voted best dance/electronic album at the last Grammy Awards, in front of her wild audience between Europe and South America. North. And the event was a success since it made Beyoncé Carter Knowles the highest-grossing female touring artist to date. But a few weeks before its release in theaters, Queen B arrives to present the incredible trailer for her film on her world tour.

But if this tour had caused the greatest pleasure among her fans, while she had not been on stage since 2018, Beyoncé decided to hit doubly hard by delivering behind the scenes of the “Renaissance” Tour. For the trailer, Parkwood Entertainment captured the iconic moment when fans asked the star for music videos for the album and she simply replied, ” You are the visuals, baby », implying the arrival of a new format. And it’s done. Given his fanbase, the “Cuff It” singer can hope for his film’s theatrical start just as good as Taylor Swift’s “The Eras Tour”. And we’ll meet you on December 1st in the Pathé-Gaumont rooms to discover the project.


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