It’s Jennifer Lopez’s documentary, and she will be able to cry if she needs to; particularly with regards to her egregious Oscars snub for her efficiency in “Hustlers.”

The primary trailer for the music famous person’s upcoming Netflix documentary “Jennifer Lopez: Halftime” is right here, giving followers a peek into the blood, sweat and tears behind her legendary profession ― and, sure, even the Bennifer of all of it.

Directed by Amanda Mitchell, “Halftime” chronicles Lopez throughout a crucial second in her profession as she “displays on her milestones and evolution as an artist, and navigates the second half of her profession persevering with to entertain, empower and encourage,” in keeping with the movie’s official description on Netflix.

One milestone that has continued to elude her, nevertheless, is an Oscar trophy, as Lopez remarks about struggling “to be heard, to be seen, to be taken severely” in an business that has constantly disenchanted her.

Regardless of immense crucial acclaim, she famously failed to attain an Academy Award nomination for her efficiency within the Lorene Scafaria-directed crime drama.

“It was onerous. I simply had very low shallowness,” an emotional Lopez says in a voiceover because the trailer reveals her crying whereas taking a look at her telephone in mattress. “I needed to actually determine who I used to be and consider in that, and never consider in the rest.”

Later, within the trailer, she provides, “I do that, not for an award. No, I do that to attach with individuals and make them really feel issues as a result of I need to really feel one thing.”

Netflix's "Jennifer Lopez: Halftime" will take an intimate look at the superstar's life.
Netflix’s “Jennifer Lopez: Halftime” will take an intimate take a look at the famous person’s life.

The multi-hyphenate entertainer beforehand described the snub as a “little little bit of a letdown,” given the hype surrounding her efficiency, which nonetheless managed to garner nominations on the Golden Globes, Display Actors Guild Awards and Critics Alternative Awards.

“You notice you need individuals’s validation. You need individuals to say you probably did an excellent job, and I spotted, no, you don’t want that,” she mentioned throughout a 2020 sitdown with Oprah Winfrey. “You do that since you like it. I don’t want this award to inform me I’m sufficient.”

Elsewhere within the trailer, Ben Affleck, who’s now engaged to Lopez 20 years after their romance first took the world by storm, makes an look to touch upon how unfairly she’s been picked aside within the press.

“I mentioned to her as soon as, ‘Doesn’t this hassle you?’” Affleck recollects after a clip of Billy Bush asking about Lopez’s well-known posterior performs. “And she or he mentioned, ‘I anticipated this.’”

“Halftime” guarantees to provide viewers an “intimate peek behind the scenes revealing the grit and dedication that makes Jennifer Lopez the icon she is, from her performances onscreen and on levels all over the world, to her Tremendous Bowl Halftime present, to the latest Presidential inauguration,” in keeping with the official logline.

The movie will make its world premiere because the opening night time choice for the Tribeca Pageant on June 8 earlier than heading over to the streaming service, the place it should debut globally on June 14.

Watch the official trailer beneath.