Beyoncé Drops Movie Trailers

Trailers for Renaissance: A Film by Beyoncé are out, and the people are hyped.

In 2018 Beyoncé shocked the world with her Coachella (aka Beychella) performance as the first Black woman to headline the festival. The Queen shocked us all again when she released her Netflix documentary “Homecoming,” which depicted her creative process, struggles, and a multitude of clips from both performances. Through this film, Beyoncé was able to celebrate Black culture, Black history, and the importance of Black representation. Since then Beyoncé has continued to wow and spoil the Beyhive with The Lion King: The Gift, Black is King, etc. However, when she dropped her latest album Renaissance, went on The Renaissance World Tour, and announced that she would be releasing yet another film, she outdid herself one again. Now that the first official movie trailers for Renaissance: A Film by Beyoncé are out, the people are beyond hyped.

TikTok, Instagram, and other social media platforms blew up with the news. Some creators simply shared their excitement for the film while others created memes and funny videos to display their thoughts. Morgan Charles, a teenager from Chicago, says, “The concert was probably the best live performance I’ve ever seen. From the choreo, to the visuals, to the music, everything was a 10/10 and I would definitely recommend seeing the movie if you didn’t go to the concert.” Charles’ words hit on what what most everyone in pop culture has been feeling since Beyoncé broke the news.

“Start over, start fresh. Create new. That’s what the renaissance is about” (Beyoncé 0:40). Her goal is to inspire people and spark creativity. To create a culture that allows for the unconventional and the unexpected. There is also a lot of conversation about if this is a part of the three-part act that Beyoncé revealed Renaissance was the beginning of. Social media influencers and members of the Beyhive have been debating back and forth all over the internet. Developing, sharing, and critiquing different theories and ideas surrounding Beyoncé and her plans. Not only does this show that she is reaching her goal, but it also shows how passionate and dedicated her supporters are, which speaks volumes about what her art can do in people’s lives.

Renaissance: A Film by Beyoncé will hit theaters December 1st. Watch the trailer below.


By Gabrielle Bolton, Freshman, Howard University

Instagram: @missxxbolton


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