New images of ‘Renaissance: a film by Beyoncé’ for Thanksgiving Day

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It hits theaters on December 1 Renaissance: a film by Beyoncé, the feature film that reviews the pre-production, production and realization of the pop diva’s last world tour. On the occasion of Thanksgiving Day, a very significant date in the United States that marks the beginning of Christmas, Queen B herself wanted to share new images from the documentary.

“Hello, I’m Beyoncé and I want to wish you and your family a happy thanksgiving. It is an honor to share with all of you the first look at the new trailer for Renaissance“he declared in a promo video for NBC.

“Time is my great obstacle. It is impossible to realize how fast the world moves when you see it through the eyes of your children,” he is heard saying while Polaroid photographs of his first steps in the industry appear. with Destiny’s Child—and later alone—along with other sequences from his last tour in the company of his family.

It also reflects on its references while projecting the image of Diana Ross in Los Angeles, date on which the singer wanted to surprise the author of Lemonade for his 42nd birthday: “I think of all my heroes and everything they loved. I know that my worries and all my sacrifice open the door to the next thing. “They are a new beginning.”

Of course, Beyoncé is very aware of the position she is in and the moment she is experiencing in her career. “I have nothing to prove to anyone at this point,” she admits. “We are creating our own world. And this is my reward… Nobody can take it away from me,” she adds in reference to the aesthetic so marked and so followed by her fans, through the dress codein all corners of the world.


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