Bow down – It’s Queen Bey’s birthday! Kick off your weekend by watching one of her many films. Cake not required … But it does seem like a good reason to have birthday cake.
The Lion King
Disney’s retelling of the 1994 animated classic brings Beyoncé on board to provide the voice of Nala.
Black is King
A beautiful visual album written, produced, and directed by Beyoncé as a tie-in with The Lion King remake.
Austin Power in Goldmember
The third chapter in the Austin Powers trilogy goes to the 1970’s where Austin meets stylish detective, Foxxy Cleopatra. (Beyoncé’s theatrical debut)
Carmen: A Hip Hopera
Based on the classic 1875 opera Carmen, the MTV musical brings an array of hip hop artists together (including Da Brat and Wyclef Jean) to tell the story of an aspiring actress who causes trouble wherever she goes.
The Fighting Temptations
A musical rom-com about an advertising executive who travels to a small Southern town to collect an inheritance, but in order to claim it, he must lead a gospel choir to success.
The visual concept album follows Beyoncé’s emotional journey after her husband’s infidelity in a generational and racial context.
Homecoming: A Film by Beyonce
Covering conception to performance, the Netflix film gives fans an intimate look at Beyoncé’s headlining show at Coachella.
Beyoncé stars as legend Etta James in this biographical drama, which chronicles the life of Chicago-based label Chess Records and its executive, Leonard Chess.
Life turns upside down for a happily married man when a temp worker starts stalking him, putting everything he loves in jeopardy.
The beloved Broadway musical-turned-film follows a trio of female soul singers climbing towards fame while dealing with struggles within the group and themselves.