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Oasis Documentary 'Supersonic' to play in US theaters for one night
A24 has acquired U.S. rights to Supersonic, the in-depth look at the Manchester rock band led, and then undone, by Gallagher brothers Liam and Noel. From director Mat Whitecross and the producers of Amy and Senna, the film tells the story of the meteoric rise, chaotic reign, and epic explosion of the 90s group whose enduring hits include the eponymous tune as well as “Champagne Supernova,” “Don’t Look Back In Anger” and “Wonderwall.”
A24 is creating a one-night-only event out of the release, putting the film in U.S. theaters on October 26.
Whitecross’ credits include the 2010 BAFTA-nominated Sex & Drugs & Rock & Roll about Ian Dury, one of the founders of the 70s punk-rock scene in Britain; and 2012 Emilia Clarke-starrer Spike Island about a wannabe rock band in Manchester who hatch a plan to hand-deliver their demo tape to their idols, The Stone Roses.
Amy and Senna director Asif Kapadia is an exec producer on Supersonic. James gay Rees, Fiona Neilson and Simon Halfon are producers. The film releases in the UK on October 14.
The former Oasis man has signed to Warner Bros. Records UK, where he's "looking forward to making some super sweet sounds" - he plans to release his debut solo album next year..
Speaking about the announcement, Gallagher said: "Very excited to be signing to the mighty Warner Brothers. Looking forward to making some super sweet sounds. Keep the faith!"
President at Warner Bros. UK, Phil Christie, added: “Liam’s one of the all-time greats - brilliant, distinctive, controversial and captivating.
“The album he’s currently recording is big, bold and heartfelt, and it feels important and culturally relevant. It’s great to be working with Liam, Debbie and UROK on such a strong return for one of the UK’s most loved artists.”
This week in an interview with Q Magazine the Some Might Say singer already revealed he had 10 or 11 tracks, which he described as "chin-out music".
He teased: “They’ve got flair, attitude, the melodies are sick and the words are fucking funny.
“We’ll record them this year and release it next year. It’ll shock people. "