Jay Z is coming to a theater near you. The rap entrepreneur's music documentary about Budweiser's annual festival Made In America is set for a cinema release in 2014, according to Billboard.
The Ron Howard-directed flick follows Hov as he pieces together the two-day festival in Philadelphia, which has included the biggest artists of hip-hop and EDM including Skrillex, Run DMC, Calvin Harris and Drake. Phase 4 Films acquired North American rights to the film.
"We are thrilled to release this amazing film," said Berry Meyerowitz, president & CEO of Phase 4 Films. "Made in America is an uplifting and inspiring piece, not just for its musical performances but for the energy and resilience that it portrays."
While Made In America first premiered at the 2013 Toronto Music Festival and recently on Showtime in the U.S. on Oct. 11, the doc is slated for a tentative Summer 2014 release in theaters across the country. Check the trailer below.
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