Beyonce scared sh*tless about her directorial debut...
Good to know Beyonce is as human as the rest of us. Making her directorial debut next spring with her as yet unnamed documentary, the Bootylicious superstar is said to he sh*tting bricks about her first foray behind the camera. The documentary film will bring us all the razmatazz we're used to seeing from her stage personality Sasha Fierce while also going behind the scenes to show a more vulnerable side to the real Beyonce, a Beyonce who has worries and concerns just like the rest of us and who doesn't like to wear much make up. So what exactly is in store? You can expect some home movie footage, some reflective monologues about her family - not to mention the real reason she fired her Dad as her manager - and even some post baby experiences shared by herself and her rapper hubby, Jay Z. Juicy.
In a newly released trailer, the Single Ladies singer reveals just how difficult it was to put this film together.
She said: "I always battle with, 'How much do I reveal about myself? If I'm scared, be scared, allow it. Release it."
The film will air on HBO next Spring. Here's what president of programming Michael Lombardo had to say: "Everybody knows Beyoncé's music, but few know Beyoncé the person... Along with electrifying footage of Beyoncé onstage, this unique special looks beyond the glamour to reveal a vibrant, vulnerable, unforgettable woman."
Will this be the first in a long line of movies from the vocal powerhouse? We know she can act - Dreamgirls, Cadillac, there's been a few impressive performances to date - but perhaps a career detour to the director's chair is next in store for this Independent Woman.
Story by Caroline Foran | 12:00 | Tuesday 4th December 2012 | Movie News
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