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Jay Z’s ‘Made In America’ Documentary to Release In Theaters 2014

Not the one to rest on his laurels, Jay Z‘s latest endeavor sees a music documentary based on his annual festival Made In America, with Phase 4 Films acquiring the North American rights. Set for cinema release in the summer of 2014, the Ron Howard-directed film follows the hip-hop mogul through the organization of the two-day festival in Philadelphia. Nothing short of spectacular, the festival brings together some of the biggest acts in the realms of hip-hop, rock and electronic music — Skrillex, Run-D.M.C., Calvin Harris, Pearl Jam, A$AP Rocky, Nine Inch Nails and Drake. Howard said the festival documentary will be “a reflection of the fabric of what it means to be ‘Made in America’ — what the festival represents, why Jay is doing it and how he relates to each artist.” Stay tuned for more on Made In America.

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