Jennifer Lopez and Shakira’s halftime performance at the 2020 Super Bowl became one of the most memorable shows in modern history — Sixth best on Rolling Stone‘s all-time ranking.
Two years later, J.Lo is reflecting on the massive lead-up to that iconic night through her new documentary, Halftime, out on Netflix Tuesday.
The documentary gives an inside look at Lopez’s creative process for more than just her Super Bowl performance but also producing and starring in Hustlers:
“Hollywood is run by men. They have ideas of what’s gonna sell and what’s not gonna sell, we’re trying to change that,” Lopez said in the film, reflecting on her role as Ramona in the drama.
Above all, the documentary humanizes a woman — often overshadowed by tabloid stories about her personal life — who continues to take over the world with her arduous work ethic and ability to command any audience.
Halftime gives an inside look at the intricacies, flaws, and processes of a Latina superstar who has long reached icon status.
“I’m proud of that person who’s kept it together all this time. I don’t think i could’ve done the Super Bowl 5 or 10 years ago…