Liam Gallagher says he comes across ‘mighty fine’ in forthcoming Oasis documentary but Noel doesn’t

'Supersonic' is due to hit cinemas in October

Liam Gallagher has had another dig at his brother Noel on Twitter over the forthcoming Oasis documentary.

Liam has been openly critical of Noel in recent times, calling his brother a “potato” on a regular basis. Asked about his Twitter antics, Liam replied: “Oh, I know. I know. Lots of people say I need to chill out about Noel. Not until they stop Twitter. That c*nt will always get it from me.”

On whether his brother gets frustrated by his insults, he told Q Magazine: “Well, yeah. I’ve heard they really annoy him. Someone told me the other week that the only thing that does his nut in are my tweets. Good. They will carry on and they will get bigger and better.”


Now, Liam has taken to Twitter, to reveal that he has seen a trailer for Mat Whitecross’ forthcoming documentary Supersonic and despite not naming him directly, he takes a blatant pop at Noel.

He wrote: “Just seen the trailer for oasis film i must say I do come across mighty fine super real unlike some people see you at the premiere LG x”

Featuring up close and personal footage, as well as never before seen archive material and interviews with the band, the Oasis documentary, which is due out in October, follows them from the moment Liam and Noel Gallagher began making music together, to the present day.

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Supersonic comes from the same production team behind ‘Amy’, the 2015 Oscar-nominated biopic about Amy Winehouse, including producer James Gay Rees and Asif Kapadia as executive director. Whitecross is at the helm, having already directed a number of Coldplay videos and 2012 film Spike Island.

Noel previously said of the film: “The love and the vibe and the passion and the rage and the joy that are coming from the crowd, if anything, that’s what Oasis was.”


Liam also commented, comparing Oasis to a Ferrari. “Great to look at, great to drive and it will fucking spin out of control every now and again when you go too fast,” he said. “I loved every minute of it.”