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Irish Rockers U2 Plan 3D Concert Film for 2007

October 31, 2006 (9:32 am) GMT
U2 is planning to release its first 3-D concert film next year.

Irish rock band is busy working on their first ever 3-D concert film, slated for a summer or fall 2007 release.

The film will be directed by Mark Pellington who began his career by shooting U2's seminal "One" video, and Catherine Owens, a creative director on several U2 world tours.

U2 are currently on the road with their Vertigo tour and over 700 hours of footage for the feature-length film were shot during their shows in South America in February and March. It is said further that the band might take part in the first live 3-D performance projected in theaters nationwide.

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