Rockers U2 are to be the subject of an ambitious new 3-D movie.
A new concert movie featuring footage from the Irish supergroup's most recent South American dates will be the first film to be shot, posted and exhibited entirely in 3-D.
A sneak peek of the untitled film, featuring the group performing SUNDAY, Bloody Sunday, was shown to distributors at the ShoWest Convention in Las Vegas earlier this week (ends16MAR07).
The film will hit 3-D-capable cinemas at the end of 2007.
U2 frontman Bono and Microsoft billionaires BILL and MELINDA GATES have been named Persons of the Year (05) by US magazine Time.
Gates, the world's richest man, his wife Melinda and Bloody Sunday hitmaker BONO were honoured as a reflection of their tireless work to alleviate poverty and lavish their charity on those less fortunate.
Bono was feted for his Live 8 performance and mission to persuade the leaders of rich countries to drop the debt owed by the developing world. The Gates were in turn praised for their creation of the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, which has quickly become the world's biggest charity.
Continue reading: Bono And Gates Are Persons Of 2005
Original star Matt Damon is expected to reprise his role as spy JASON BOURNE in the second flick.
The script is an adaptation of the ROBERT LUDLUM bestseller THE BOURNE SUPREMACY, which revolves around the alleged murder by Bourne of a Chinese politician.
Continue reading: Bloody Sunday Director Eyes Bourne Sequel
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