Jennifer Lopez's upcoming Netflix documentary Halftime will do more than stream online. It will debut at the Tribeca Festival in June as the event's opener.
Roughly 90 minutes long, the documentary will tap into Lopez's Latina heritage and highlight her work through the 2020 Super Bowl halftime show. According to the film festival, the documentary follows Lopez "as she reflects on her milestones and evolution as an artist, and navigates the second half of her career continuing to entertain, empower and inspire."
Halftime officially arrives on Netflix on June 14 but will mark its world premiere at the New York City film festival on June 8. Lopez and Netflix posted a teaser on social media with a link to the film page on the streaming platform.
The film fest will run from June 8 to 14 with live, in-person events around the city. Lopez's movie will screen uptown in Washington Heights -- just miles away from the Bronx neighborhood where she was raised. Halftime is the star's first documentary with Netflix. Nut later this year, Lopez's assassin flick, The Mother, will also drop on the platform.
The documentary news comes just days after Lopez and actor Ben Affleck announced their second engagement.