‘Big Day’ performer Chance the Rapper has just that coming ahead thanks to his long-awaited film debut, ‘Magnificent Coloring World.’
The documentary-style movie, which was filmed in 2017, chronicles the GRAMMY winner’s tour of the same name and came on the heels of his historic wins at the year’s ceremony in celebration of his breakthrough project, ‘Coloring Book.’
Now, Chance – in partnership with AMC – is looking to re-live the magic of the era by bringing fans back to the cinema.
“Seeing movies together on the big screen is an essential part of summertime and something I deeply missed over the last year, so I am extremely excited and honored to partner with AMC to safely bring fans back to the theater,” Chance The Rapper said via statement, about the movie screenings.
Ahead of its August 13 release, look inside to see the project’s first official trailer:
Excitement for the venture isn’t limited to the rapper’s fans, a rep for AMC reveals.
“As the first individual music artist to distribute a concert film at AMC, Chance continues to break new ground in entertainment, and we are thrilled to bring this incredible event to the big screen at AMC communities around the country,” Nikkole Denson-Randolph, SVP of Content Strategy & Inclusive Programming at AMC Theatres, said in a press release. “Chance’s love of not only film but the communal magic of the cinemas and the shared experience of seeing a film together makes this collaboration even more special.”