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Lady Gaga Announces "Chromatica Ball" Movie Is in Works


Lady Gaga Announces "Chromatica Ball" Movie Is in Works

Sat 17 Jun 2023 | 10:46 AM
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American pop singer and actress Lady Gaga is developing a concert movie for her “The Chromatica Ball Tour”.

Gaga gave fans Friday evening on Instagram an in-depth explanation of her creative process as of late, also sharing what she has recently been working on.

“I have been running my start-up Haus Labs, doing philanthropic work, and additionally have been working on The Chromatica Ball film edit,” she wrote.

 Gaga added, “Here’s a photo of my working on The Chromatica Ball film edit (that’s a frame from the film behind me) — I can’t WAIT for you to experience it.”

The "Paparazzi" singer also revealed in the long and detailed post that she's been writing and producing music for a “special project.” 

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The 15-stop tour promoting Gaga’s sixth studio album, “Chromatica,” which was released in 2020, took place in 2022 with the pop star making stops across North America and Europe. At the time of release, promotional tie-ins for the album were put off due to COVID.

Her Los Angeles concert at Dodger Stadium is likely when the concert was filmed, considering the crowd of over 52,000 attendees was notified that the show was being recorded. 

Gaga also posted about the gig on Twitter, saying, “30 cameras pointed at you and one take.”

The pop star's spectacle featured pyrotechnics and brutalist architecture as part of her set design. Costumes ran the gamut from a gold ensemble for “Babylon” and punk and rock-inspired pants for a rocker look to the encore, “Hold My Hand,” and an alien-inspired headpiece for one number.

As for her hits, “Chromatica” was well-represented as well as her songs such as “Born This Way,” “Bad Romance” and “Just Dance.”

Earlier this week, the acclaimed singer posted a partnership with migraine medication Nurtec with some concert footage posted in a commercial.

Next year, Gaga will be seen in the Todd Phillips movie “Joker: Folie à Deux” with Joaquin Phoenix, who reprises his role as Arthur Fleck/Joker. Gaga will play Harley Quinn. 

The supporting cast includes Brendan Gleeson, Catherine Keener, Jacob Lofland, and Harry Lawtey. Zazie Beetz, who starred in the first “Joker” as Sophie, is also returning.