During her final tour stop in Kansas City, Missouri, Beyoncé unveiled the trailer for her upcoming concert documentary about the highly successful Renaissance World Tour. The movie, titled Renaissance: A Movie by Beyoncé, will be shown in AMC theaters starting on December 1 in the United States, Canada, and Mexico, with additional international locations to be announced later.
The documentary focuses on the journey of the Renaissance World Tour, from its inception in Stockholm, Sweden, to its grand finale in Kansas City. It highlights Beyoncé’s dedication, involvement in all aspects of production, creativity, and her commitment to leaving a lasting legacy in the music industry. The tour, known for its extravagant production, attracted over 2.7 million fans worldwide, creating a space of freedom, acceptance, and shared joy.
Beyoncé shared the trailer on her Instagram with the caption: Be careful what you ask for, ‘cause I just might comply.
Tickets for the movie went on sale on Sunday.
Notably, this isn’t Beyoncé’s first concert documentary, as she previously released Homecoming on Netflix, documenting her 2018 Coachella performance.
Beyoncé’s Renaissance World Tour, which started in May 2022, has been a massive success, grossing $461.3 million, making it the highest-grossing tour in Boxscore archives.
In addition to this concert movie, Beyoncé also collaborated with filmmaker Nadia Lee Cohen on a visual album.
The announcement of the concert movie follows Taylor Swift’s similar project, The Eras Tour doc, in partnership with AMC. The movie will not only premiere in North America but will also be screened in over 100 countries worldwide, coinciding with its domestic release on October 13. Early box office predictions for The Eras Tour suggest a significant opening weekend, with some analysts estimating it could reach up to $125 million. Source