Beyonce Knowles may soon have something in common with Errol Morris and Michael Moore. The world-class singer (and infrequent actress) is looking to become a documentary filmmaker.
In recent weeks, Knowles has reportedly been shopping a documentary film to several Hollywood studios about her busy life and career, reports The Los Angeles Times. In addition to starring in the nonfiction film, Beyonce will also produce and direct.
The documentary will combine concert footage with a behind-the-scenes look into Beyonce's life as a superstar, business mogul and mother. To that end, the superstar should have no problem when it comes to finding things to talk about.
As the Times notes, the "Single Ladies" singer has been going non-stop over the last year, with life events ranging from a new album release to the birth of her daughter, Blue Ivy Carter. Beyonce made her post-baby debut at the new Revel casino and resort in New Jersey in May.
Of course, this wouldn't be Bey's first foray into documentary filmmaking. In 2010, the singer was the subject of a MTV mini-documentary, "Beyoncé: Year of 4,” which showed the busy artist returning to the studio to record her new album. While details of Beyonce's documentary are still under wraps, HuffPost Entertainment is hoping that the tentative title of her new project is something along the lines of "Beyonce: Run This World."
Ever busy, Beyonce is also attached to several fictional movie roles, including a remake of "A Star Is Born," directed by Clint Eastwood, and the animated film "Epic," where she will voice the character of Queen Tara.
For more on the documentary, and what Beyonce can learn from other music stars who have gone the doc route, head over to the Times website.
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