Destiny’s Child’s reunion track is just the beginning of what should be a wild year for Beyoncé. She’s headlining the Super Bowl’s Half Time show, where she’ll reportedly be joined by her former bandmates, and her new solo album may arrive “as soon as April” to be followed by an extensive world tour. What’s more, she’s also self-directed a documentary about her life and career titled Life Is But a Dream, which will premiere on HBO two weeks after the Super Bowl, on Sunday, February 16th. Below, you can watch a newly-revealed teaser trailer for the film.
As GQ revealed in their new cover story on Beyoncé, the pop star has been filming every waking moment of her life since 2005.
Anytime she wants to remind herself of all that work—or almost anything else that’s ever happened in her life—all she has to do is walk down the hall. There, across from the narrow conference room in which you are interviewing her, is another long, narrow room that contains the official Beyoncé archive, a temperature-controlled digital-storage facility that contains virtually every existing photograph of her, starting with the very first frames taken of Destiny’s Child, the ’90s girl group she once fronted; every interview she’s ever done; every video of every show she’s ever performed; every diary entry she’s ever recorded while looking into the unblinking eye of her laptop.