NEW YORK – A Netflix documentary about Jennifer Lopez titled “Halftime” will kick off the twenty first Tribeca Festival.
The New York movie competition introduced its opening night time movie Wednesday. While Tribeca has historically been held in spring, this 12 months it shifts to the summer time, opening on June 8.
Organizers mentioned “Halftime” follows Lopez “as she reflects on her milestones and evolution as an artist and navigates the second half of her career.” In 2020, Lopez hosted the Super Bowl halftime display along Shakira.
The movie, which can debut June 14 on Netflix, will premiere on the United Palace in Manhattan’s Washington Heights. Tribeca opened remaining 12 months in the similar theater with the Lin-Manuel Miranda musical adaptation “In the Heights.”
Director Amanda Micheli mentioned in a observation that it is “so fitting to be celebrating this critical milestone in Jennifer’s life and career just miles from where she grew up. To have the opportunity to share this film on the big screen with a New York audience is a dream come true.”
Lopez, a Bronx local, r ecently urged that she and Ben Affleck are engaged. A video posted on her members-only fan publication, confirmed Lopez looking at at a big inexperienced ring on her left hand.
The Tribeca Festival runs June 8-19.
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