Beyoncé’s ‘Homecoming’ Movie Coming Home to Netflix

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Beyoncé at Coachella 2018

Part of Netflix’s success has been the variety of content that they have been able to provide and they have struck with the new movie ‘Homecoming’ starring everyone’s favourite singer– Beyoncé

The singer, who made the world stand still with her performance at Coachella last year will have the performance streamed on Netflix so that fans can enjoy it again and again.

The movie, will feature her performance but also all the steps leading to it including preparation, rehearsals (personal and in groups) and so on.

There will also be some personal moments which will feature Beyoncé and her kids.

The singer was supposed to headline Coachella in 2017 but had to push back the performance due to her pregnancy, “Thank you for allowing me to be the first black woman to headline Coachella,” she said to the crowd when she finally did get to perform last year.

The performance is a modern marvel which featured about a hundred dancers and also featured cameos by her sister Solange and husband Jay-Z.

The performance was lauded by the media and critics who loved the performance and praised it for being so well done.

Beyoncé has also been in a fair movies in her time from the Fighting Temptations to Dream girls alongside Jennifer Hudson and also Pink Panther 2 with Steve Martin.

She has also shown a knack for being able to adequately balance her career and her family, taking time off from performing at Coachella because of her family and still killing the performance the nect year. In an interview with Cosmopolitan in 2011 she spoke about her thoughts towards this work/family balance: “I have so much admiration for women who are mothers, who balance family and work. I see them and I have this word in my head — respect. I also look to learn. I see these women and I think, ‘Yes, it can be balanced, it can all work out, I do believe that it’s possible to have it all — work, a career, babies. It’s all a question of being very organised. That’s what I’m getting my head around,”

 

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