break her soul, but she may break the box office.
Beyoncé is bringing her “Renaissance” world tour to the movies, a source tells Page Six.
We hear the concert film will debut at AMC theaters and that an official announcement is “imminent.”
The project is expected to hit the big screen on Dec. 1, according to Variety, which broke the news.
The trade magazine reported Saturday that Beyoncé has been developing the film for years, and it also will include her long-awaited “Renaissance” visual album as well as documentary-style footage of the making of the critically acclaimed 2022 dance record and its lucrative tour.
Reps for Beyoncé and AMC didn’t immediately respond to Page Six’s requests for comment.
The most decorated Grammy winner of all time is rumored to have filmed her Sept. 23 and 24 concerts in her hometown of Houston for the upcoming release.
The “Renaissance” tour concludes Sunday in Kansas City, Mo., after 56 shows across Europe and North America.
By its close, Beyoncé will have generated an estimated $4.5 billion for the US economy — about as much as the 2008 Olympics made for Beijing, per the New York Times Magazine.
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The news of Queen Bey’s AMC deal comes after Taylor Swift teamed up with the same chain to premiere her Eras Tour in theaters on Oct. 13.
Beyoncé, 42, is no stranger to concert films.
She released her “Dangerously in Love,” Beyoncé Experience and “I Am…” tours on DVD in 2004, 2007 and 2010, respectively, while her On the Run show with her husband, Jay-Z, aired on HBO in 2014.
However, the global superstar’s most revered live release was 2019’s “Homecoming,” which brought her groundbreaking 2018 Coachella performance to Netflix.