The Beyhive no doubt woke up with some buzzing in their ears on Thursday morning.
That’s because their Queen B — Beyoncé — dropped a new trailer for her much-hyped concert film “Renaissance: A Film by Beyoncé.”
“To close my eyes and travel through realms of space and time, reality holds no power or control of my state of mind on my voyage to find a source to charge my inner being,” she intones over a moody montage of scenes from her epic 2023 tour at the beginning of the film’s third trailer.
“Welcome to the Renaissance,” a choir of Beyoncé’s sings, as if you didn’t already know that said tour was the subject of this concert film.
The film is set to be released on December 1, World AIDS Day, in honor of Beyoncé’s late Uncle Jonny — her inspiration for “Renaissance,” who died from AIDS-related complications early in her career.
Then, some stadium stage-slaying and private family feels find Beyoncé reflecting on just how fierce she has run the world — as well as the household.
“In this world that is very male-dominated, I’ve had to be really tough to balance motherhood and being on the stage … It just reminds me of who I really am.”
Finally, after a nod to the “Renaissance” visuals that the fans have been clamoring for since the album dropped in July 2022 — “You are the visuals, baby,” she teases — Beyoncé makes it clear that the revolution has just begun, y’all.
“It’s a new birth. I hope you feel liberated, but the Renaissance is not over.”
Directed by Beyoncé, the movie will hit theaters around the world on December 1st after its Los Angeles premiere on November 25 and a London premiere on November 30.
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