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Beyonce ‘Is Working On More Netflix Projects’

Beyonce Is Working On Making More Content With Netflix Beyonce’s Netflix documentary, “Homecoming: A Film By Beyonce,” is actually the first in a three-part series the singer made with...

Beyonce Is Working On Making More Content With Netflix

Beyonce’s Netflix documentary, “Homecoming: A Film By Beyonce,” is actually the first in a three-part series the singer made with Netflix, according to Variety magazine. “Homecoming,” which Beyonce wrote, produced, and directed, covered the superstar’s journey to becoming the headliner at Coachella in the spring of 2018. Beyonce earned $20 million from Netflix for “Homecoming,” and the next two documentaries will net her $40 million more, Variety reports.

“Homecoming” took eight months to film and documented Beyonce’s transformation from postpartum mom of twins to Coachella star. In April 2018, Beyonce became the first African-American woman to headline Coachella, a star-studded music festival held every year in the California desert.

“It’s my first time back home, on the stage, after giving birth. I’m creating my own homecoming. And it’s hard. There were days I never thought I’d be the same,” Beyonce says in the documentary.

Beyonce studied the works of African-American poets and writers, including Toni Morrison, Maya Angelou, and Alice Walker before her history-making performance.

“When I decided to do Coachella instead of me pulling out my flower crown, it was most important that I brought out our culture to Coachella,” Beyonce said. “So, I studied my history, I studied my past and I put every mistake, all of my triumphs, my 22-year career into my two-hour ‘homecoming’ performance.”

So far, Netflix and Beyonce are keeping the subjects of the next two documentaries under wraps, although fans are already generating buzz and speculating about the content on Twitter.

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