U2’s 3D movie set for screening

Band's first digital 3D concert film to hit the cinema

U2 have announced they are to release their first digital 3D film, creating a live concert production.

‘U2 3D’ was filmed during the South American leg of the band’s 2005 ‘Vertigo’ tour, and captures performances onstage during the band’s concert in Buenos Aires.

Premiering at the 2008 Sundance Film Festival, the film will open in IMAX 3D and digital 3D cinemas across the UK on February 22.


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