Featuring a family of mice living beneath Macca's stage...
Paul McCartney‘s previously unseen movie The Bruce McMouse show is to receive a cinema release later this month.
The new offering from the Beatles icon is part concert film, part animated feature and tells the story of how Paul McCartney and Wings initially met Bruce McMouse – the film’s animated protagonist.
It also features unseen footage from Wings’ 1972 European tour in support of ‘Red Rose Speedway’, along with animated footage that shows the family of mice who are living under the stage.
An initial synopsis teases: “We see Bruce McMouse regale his children with stories from his past, when son Soily rushes into the room in a whirlwind of excitement announcing that “The Wings” are playing above them. As the concert plays on, Bruce declares to his wife Yvonne that Paul and the band need his help.”
Along with UK screenings in London and Liverpool on January 21, it’ll also be shown in the US, Australia and Canada with full dates below.
More details about the film are also available at the film’s new website, which you can find here.
Liverpool: Everyman Cinema Liverpool
London: Everyman Cinema Hampstead
New York: IFC Center
Los Angeles: ArcLight, Hollywood
Bethesda: ArcLight Bethesda
Chicago: ArcLight Chicago
Honolulu: Kahala 8
Nashville: Belcourt Theatre Phoenix: FilmBar Sacramento: The Tower Theatre
San Diego: ANGELIKA, Carmel Mountain
San Rafael: San Rafael Film Center
Seattle: SIFF Uptown
Melbourne: Rivoli Cinemas
Perth: Event Cinemas Innaloo
Sydney: Event Cinemas George Street
Montreal: Cinéma Banque Scotia Montréal
Toronto: Scotiabank Theatre Toronto
Vancouver: Scotiabank Theatre Vancouver