Group starts petition calling for couple to release a full-length film of the tour promo video.
The BeyHive is having a hard time accepting the "coming never" warning that Beyoncé and Jay Z gave at the end of their "Run" trailer. One member has already started an online petition over at Change.org in protest.
"After the release of Beyoncé and JAY Z's 'RUN' trailer which was released on May 18th, 2014, millions of fans across the world became devestated [sic] after seeing 'coming never' at the end," the Maryland-based fan wrote.
"We, the BeyHive and JAY Z fans would love for our two favorite artists to actually make a full length movie based off of the trailer. Why?" he prodded. Obviously, "It would most definitely sell millions, it's also casted so perfectly (Don Cheadle, Jake Gyllenhaal, Sean Penn) and most importantly, it would make your fans happy."
The petition has, as of press time, collected 1,085 signatures from fans from around the globe (from the U.S. to Germany to Australia). The end goal is 100,000.
"We love you B and Jay, you two have to make this happen. Please, the world wants the 'ON THE RUN' movie!"
Meanwhile, the On the Run tour, for which the trailer was a teaser, kicks off June 25 in Miami.
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