The “Beyoncé Effect” has led to good favor for AMC Entertainment Holdings.

The global artist just wrapped up her highly successful “Renaissance World Tour,” which was projected to provide the American economy with a $4.5 billion lift, per The New York Times.

While fans are still processing the magic and allure of Queen B, she has shaken up her fanbase yet again. Beyoncé debuted a concert film during her final tour stop in Kansas City, MO.

“When I am performing, I am nothing but free,” Beyoncé expressed in the film trailer. “The goal for this tour was to create a place where everyone is free, and no one is judged. …Start over, start fresh, create the new — that’s what the Renaissance is about.”

With an official release date of Dec. 1, AMC Entertainment Holdings Inc. welcomes the Beyhive into its global theaters over a span of four weeks to view “Renaissance: A Film by Beyoncé.”

Fans will also be able to catch the film at Cinemark, Regal, Cineplex, and Cinepolis.

Ticket prices begin at $22 USD.

“Parkwood Entertainment announced Sunday night that AMC Theatres Distribution will lead the effort in enabling ‘RENAISSANCE: A FILM BY BEYONCÉ’ to take over movie theatres worldwide. ‘RENAISSANCE: A FILM BY BEYONCÉ’ will play at all AMC Theatres in the U.S., starting December 1,” shared AMC CEO Adam Aron on X, formerly Twitter.

As fans are racing for first dibs on tickets, AMC Entertainment is witnessing not only an increase in sales, but its shares also jumped by 1.5% during premarket trading Oct. 2, according to Forbes.

Evidently, the partnership has already proved beneficial to the movie chain.

In the coming weeks, AMC will announce additional markets to distribute the film.

“The release date for other international screenings throughout the world will be announced later in October. This is such exciting news for AMC and for the world’s entire movie theatre industry,” Aron wrote via X.