Halftime is a musical documentary film directed by Amanda Micheli whose story is based on the evolution of Jennifer Lopez’s career as an artist, singer, and songwriter including her milestones and struggles especially her performance in the Super Bowl LIV halftime show that held at Hard Rock Stadium of Miami in Feb 2020. JLO is awe inspiring woman and this documentary says it all.
The star is so underrated in the world of American music but you can learn the truth by watching this biographical film of her. It is produced by David Broome, Elaine Goldsmith Thomas, Jennifer Sofio Hall, Terry Leonard, Serin Marshall, Angus Wall, and Benny Median under Makemake productions. The distribution rights are owned by Netflix.
JLO documentary Netflix Release Date
Jennifer Lopez documentary is set to release on Netflix on Tuesday, 14 June 2022 at 3:00 AM EDT inside the United States and 8:00 AM GMT inside the United Kingdom. The total duration of movie is 1 Hour 36 minutes or 96 minutes only.
You can search the movie in the content library of the streaming giant and watch the movie after its official premiere. It was previously released on 8 June at Tribeca and globally on Netflix on June 14.
Who’s in the cast?
Jennifer Lopez is in the main cast of the film while Shakira, Bad Bunny, and J Blavin are acting as the supporting cast. In case, you are wondering about the two guys who were in the superbowl halftime with JLO and Shakira were J Blavin and Bad Buny.
The official plot reveals that the film follows the multifaceted career and pressure of life. Along with explaining the career of JLO, the documentary also focuses on her halftime show performance at the 2020 Super Bowl LIV and the scene where JLO get emotional about being snubbed for an Oscar nomination. This film not only shows her struggles but draws inspiration from it.
When it comes to stage performances, JLO is the boss. The direction and production has been perfectly done while taking care of the facts and keeping the motivation alive. There are scenes where Jennifer Lopez looks super broke but what kept her going is her determination, perseverance, and turning hate into inspiration attitude.
However, the important discussion remains her superbowl performance as it was something unexpected like 2014 Super Bowl where Justin Timberlake did something shameful, the whole thing is covered in Janet Jackson documentary that is now available on Lifetime.