Beyoncé Announces New Visual Movie Black Is King – Shares Trailer

Black Is King

Beyoncé Announces New Visual Movie Black Is King, Shares Trailer

Beyoncé has actually revealed a new aesthetic movie called Black Is King. The project is written, routed, and also exec produced by Beyoncé. It’s readied to premiere on Disney+ on July 31. Watch the intro trailer at Beyoncé’s website.

The singer-songwriter formerly dealt with the amusement conglomerate on the “live-action” CGI remake of The Lion King, for which she recorded brand-new music as well as curated the buddy movie The Lion King: The Present. According to a news release, Black Is King “reimagines the lessons of The Lion King for today’s young kings and queens looking for their very own crowns.” The film is based on the music of The Present, features some of the movie partners, and also promises other unique guest looks. It’s referred to as “a celebratory memoir for the world on the Black experience.” It proceeds:

The voyages of Black family members, throughout time, are honored in a story regarding a young king’s transcendent journey through betrayal, love and also self-identity. His ancestors help assist him towards his destiny, and with his papa’s mentors and assistance from his youth love, he gains the virtues needed to reclaim his residence and also throne.

These classic lessons are exposed as well as shown through Black voices these days, currently being in their very own power. “Black Is King” is an affirmation of a grand objective, with lush visuals that commemorate Black durability and culture. The film highlights the charm of practice and also Black excellence.

Last year, Beyoncé launched Beyoncé Presents: Making the Present– a documentary detailing the recording procedure of the LP. She just recently teamed up with Disney on ABC’s The Disney Family Singalong, during which she sang component of “When You Desire Upon a Celebrity” as a homage to health care workers during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Beyoncé just recently released her most current single “BLACK CEREMONY,” which got here on Juneteenth (June 19)– a day memorializing the end of slavery in the USA.

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