New Beyoncé Song Featured in Film About Serena and Venus Williams

New Beyoncé Song Featured in Film About Serena and Venus Williams

King Richard stars Will Smith as the star athletes’ father, and includes the track “Be Alive,” penned by Bey and DIXSON

Beyonce holding a Grammy

Beyoncé (Robert Gauthier/Los Angeles Times via Getty Images).

A new Beyoncé song appears at the end of a forthcoming Venus and Serena Williams biopic, The Los Angele Times points out. In a report from the Telluride Film Festival world premiere of King Richard, the Times states that a new Beyoncé track called “Be Alive” plays during the movie’s closing credits. Bey reportedly wrote the song with DIXSON for the film. Read the full story here.

King Richard stars Will Smith as Richard Williams, father and coach to the legendary tennis stars. The film was executive produced by Venus and Serena Williams along with their sister, Isha Price.

Revisit “Beyoncé’s Black Is King Offers Awe-Inspiring Looks and Muddled Messages” over on the Pitch.


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