Beyoncé and Jay-Z make surprise appearance at London Film Festival

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The pair were seen at the premiere of ‘The Harder They Fall’.

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Beyonce and Jay-Z. made a rare public appearance together at the premiere of as hard as they fall At the BFI’s London Film Festival.

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The singer posted photos from the back of the car with her rapper husband on Instagram, as well as shots from the red carpet at the event.

The couple attended the premiere as hard as they fall, an American Western, directed by James Samuel in his feature film debut.


The film stars Jonathan Majors as Nat Love, who regroups his former gang to seek revenge on those who murdered his parents. The cast also includes Idris Elba, Zazie Beetz, LaKeith Stanfield and Regina King.

Jay-Z serves as a producer on the film, and wanted to be involved in the project to represent black people in Western countries.

Speaking at the premiere (via PA), Jay-Z said: “Just to represent us, you know, with a lot of movies we didn’t see ourselves in Westerns like we didn’t exist.

“It’s almost weird, people think it’s like a caricature, that they’re playing roles, but they’re not playing roles.

“Names like Stagecoach Mary, all the actors in it, they really existed in this moment, so just represented and see we have voices.”


In August this year, Beyoncé confirmed that she is working on a new music single, five years after the release of 2016’s acclaimed “Lemonade.”

“Sometimes it takes me a year to personally search through thousands of sounds to find the right kick or snare,” the singer said. “A chorus can have up to 200 stacked harmonics.

“Still, there’s nothing quite like the love, passion, and healing I feel in the recording studio. 31 years later, it feels as exciting as it was when I was nine. Yes, the music is coming!”

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