Led Zeppelin just held a press conference this week where they announced the official CD and DVD release of the one-off 2007 reunion concert held in London.
There have been scads of stories about what the band said and didn't say. One of the better ones is this ClassicRock.com article on 10 reasons why Zeppelin won't reunite ever again.
You can go to LedZeppelin.com to check out the various packaging of the CD and DVD of the show. Me? Give me the one with the full concert and backstage extras, if it exists.
But to me the coolest news is that the main film of the concert, called Celebration Day, will be shown on the big screen on Wednesday October 17 (one night only) around the world.
You can find theaters in your area at Zep's website too. And dig the movie trailer:
The other film coming out soon is on the Rolling Stones, and is more of an official documentary of the band, celebrating its 50 year anniversary.
Announced in late August, the film is called Crossfire Hurricane. It will also run in theaters but only in London, and then will show on HBO in November.
Here is the trailer, which just posted yesterday: