Published Oct 19, 2016At the start of the month, we learned that Canadian rock legends Rush were set to look back at their 40th anniversary tour in a new documentary coming to theatres. Now, the full theatrical trailer for Rush: Time Stand Still has been released.
Featuring concert footage both past and present, the trailer shows snippets of interviews with all three band members. In particular, Geddy Lee, Alex Lifeson and Neil Peart talk briefly about the band's decision to abandon large-scale touring, a topic which will undoubtedly be explored in the film.
As previously reported, Rush: Time Stand Still, will first receive a week-long run in Canadian theatres and a special one-night release in select American theatres on November 3. The film will be narrated by actor Paul Rudd, who has never been shy about his own Rush fandom on or off set.
Fans will also view exclusive pre-show extras including Rush: A Salute to Kings – a 20-minute in-depth discussion with Gene Simmons (Kiss), Chad Smith (Red Hot Chili Peppers), Taylor Hawkins (Foo Fighters), Ann & Nancy Wilson (Heart), Scott Gorham (Thin Lizzy) and the band's producer Nick Raskulinecz, as they share their unique stories about Rush at home and away for over 40 years.
The film is being presented in conjunction with Fathom Events, with the film's official website listing all participating theatres here. Watch the trailer in the player below.
Pick up a Rush's deluxe Time Stand Still Blu-ray bundle here.