Jennifer Lopez documentary is coming to Netflix

After saying "yes" to Ben Affleck for the second time in 18 years, she is simultaneously involved in various fashion projects, movies, and preparing new songs.

Jennifer Lopez documentary is coming to Netflix

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The superstar is going through the best phase in his professional and personal life.

After saying "yes" to Ben Affleck for the second time in 18 years, she is simultaneously involved in various fashion projects, movies, and preparing new songs. The superstar recently announced the premiere of her new documentary "Halftime" on the Netflix platform, with which she signed a multi-million contract a few months ago.

Jennifer Lopez will be the subject of a new documentary that will premiere on June 8 on the opening night of the "Tribeca Film Festival", before it will start showing on Netflix on June 14.

The film is called "Halftime" and will follow Lopez as he tries to balance her career, private life, and activism. Of course, a lot of attention was paid to her as a mother, and all that while she was preparing for the performance at the halftime of the Super Bowl 2020 with Shakira.

We are thrilled to be able to show "Halftime", an inspiring documentary that highlights Jennifer Lopez's activism through her cult performance at the halftime of the Super Bowl” - says the co-founder of "Tribeca Festival" and CEO of "Tribeca Enterprises" Jane Rosenthal.

A film that testifies to her Latin culture will be premiered just a few blocks away from where she grew up - the Bronx. Director Amanda Micheli promises to give viewers an insight into the "real" J Lo. He will show Jennifer who is struggling with the burden of fame and motherhood and how she manages to use her voice for the benefit of others.

Powerful storytelling, whether in music, film, or games, encourages us to fight for universal values ​​that connect humanity” - says Robert De Niro, co-founder of the festival. He emphasized how this film reminds us of that.

The announcement of the documentary followed only a few days after the news about J Lo's engagement to Ben Affleck appeared, although their relationship will not be shown in the film. Three years ago, the superstar played hot Ramona in the movie "Hustlers" and thus earned her second Golden Globe nomination. She revived her character with her dance skills, which she also showed in her performance at the Super Bowl. That video, in which Shakira also appears, recorded a record of over 231 million views on YouTube.