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Jennifer Lopez and Her Iconic Halftime Prove Are Getting the Doc Treatment

Film about every J.Lo’s Large Bowl efficiency and midpoint of occupation arrives on Netflix on June 14

Daniel Kreps
Apr 14, 2022

Halftime, a documentary about every Jennifer Lopez’s Large Bowl LIV halftime picture and the midpoint of her storied occupation, will premiere opening evening at the 2022 Tribeca Festival.

The film, which gives a at the again of-the-scenes survey at the singer’s existence as she approaches the age of 53, will debut June 8 at the NYC fest — at United Theatre, blocks a long way from J.Lo’s native Bronx, the fest announced Wednesday — sooner than heading to Netflix on June 14.  

Netflix acknowledged of the doc, “In Halftime, Lopez is giving us a see at the again of the curtain — unpacking all the pieces from her iconic 2020 Large Bowl halftime efficiency with Shakira (catch it?) to her lag as a mom, Latinx inventive, and girl on the more than a number of aspect of 50. That is the Lopez you don’t survey in intellectual interviews.”

Halftime became as soon as directed by documentarian Amanda Micheli, who added in an announcement, “It’s an honor to be selected for the gap evening of Tribeca, and so fitting to be celebrating this serious milestone in Jennifer’s existence and occupation correct miles from where she grew up! To fetch the chance to portion this film on the extensive camouflage camouflage with a New York audience is a dream reach upright.”

The announcement of Halftime comes correct days after Lopez published her engagement to Ben Affleck; Bennifer had been beforehand engaged in the early 2000s sooner than isolating in 2004. It’s unclear how great of their rekindled romance will discontinue up in Halftime.

Lopez temporarily talked about her renewed relationship with Affleck — which she known as “having a second likelihood at staunch savor” — in her recent Rolling Stone duvet legend. “We’ve every grown. We’re the identical, and we’re varied. And that’s what’s nice,” she acknowledged, later asserting “we realized a lot. We know what’s staunch, what’s no longer staunch. So it’s correct — the game has changed.”

From Rolling Stone US.

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