Tomorrow, August 14th, the documentary “It might get loud“, featuring The Edge, Jimmy Page and Jack White, will hit theatres across the US (check for dates). No news on release date across Europe as yet, but U2tour.de has reported the German release will be on august 27.
Billboard put this exclusive clip of Edge and Dalas Schoo fiddling with effects on their website:
Would you like to own The Edge’s Gibson Explorer? Well, you can if you have deep pockets. The Edge and U2 have donated some extraordinary stuff to the Music Rising auction and you can have a look at the items now on Auction Network.
Bono plays ‘Dr Robert’ in ‘Across The Universe’, a film based on music by The Beatles. It combines live action, animation and puppetry.
‘Across The Universe‘, directed by Julie Taymor, is the story of a Liverpool doc worker (played by Jim Sturgess), who travels to America to find his long lost father. On his way, he meets an American girl (Evan Rachel Wood) and joins the anti-war movement.
All of the musical film’s main characters are named after Beatles songs. Bono’s character is called Dr Robert. Eddie Izzard and Salma Hayek are also in the film.
The film is set for a UK and Ireland release on September 28.
Tune in to WBWC 88.3fm The Sting today to hear Todd Richards and Mary Cipriani host the 2007 U2 Marathon, back by popular demand.
In this 20th anniversary year of The Joshua Tree they will bring you 18 hours of U2 music featuring rare tracks, classic cuts, and a preview of the new 3-D film U23D. Fans take note, a representative from 3Ality will be joining the show at 1pm to discuss their U23D project.
Find more details at wbwc.com. Phone the request line at 440-826-7846, email requests to email@example.com or use the request form.
“But for an instance, U2 had the world in the palm of their hand. None of the irony that would dog them in the 90s, less of the piety that still puts people off them, and more of the wonder. They had such a profound, moving, mobilising, even politicising effect on the young, grant-assisted, long-haired me, I will probably always love them, like the old Stones fans love the Stones.”