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Beyoncé’s ‘Renaissance’ Concert Film Anticipates Strong Box Office Opening”



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Beyoncé’s highly anticipated concert film, “Renaissance: A Film by Beyoncé,” is poised for a significant box office debut, with projections estimating a global opening between $30 million to $40 million. The film is set to hit theaters on Thursday (November 30) at 7 pm local time, followed by a theatrical run before becoming available on VOD starting December 13.

In the final pre-release trailer, Beyoncé’s six-year-old daughter Rumi Carter is seen recording her mother and grandfather Matthew Knowles backstage. The teaser captures a heartwarming moment where Beyoncé imparts a filmmaking tip to Rumi, showcasing the intimate family moments featured in the film.

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Addressing the challenges of motherhood, Beyoncé reflects on the passage of time, stating, “Time is my biggest obstacle. It’s impossible to not realize how fast it’s going when you’re looking through the eyes of your children. I think about all of my heroes and all that they endured — I know that all of my struggle and sacrifice is opening the door for the next. They are the new beginning.”

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The film enjoyed a star-studded premiere at the Samuel Goldwyn Theatre in Beverly Hills, California, on November 25. However, the event stirred controversy online, with some critics making inappropriate comments about Beyoncé’s appearance, accusing her of attempting to look like a white woman.

Tina Knowles-Lawson, Beyoncé’s mother, took to Instagram to address the criticism, sharing a video montage of disparaging comments. She strongly defended her daughter against accusations of skin lightening and attempting to emulate whiteness, emphasizing the thematic context of the film’s silver motif and expressing frustration with those perpetuating negative narratives.

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In her Instagram post, Knowles-Lawson emphasized Beyoncé’s dedication to her craft, resilience, and efforts to uplift and promote black women. She called out jealousy, racism, sexism, and double standards, urging detractors to celebrate rather than criticize the accomplished artist.

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