Morrissey fans rejoice! A concert film of the prolific singer's sold-out show in Hollywood High School's auditorium is currently in the proces of becoming a concert film. This show sold out in twelve seconds and became the highlight of Morrissey's 25th solo career anniversary tour.
While Morrissey himself hasn't said anything, his nephew Sam Esty Rayner stated on Facebook that the "Morrissey show at The Hollywood High School will be shown at 47 cinema across the United States of America - available in IMAX 3D." The show will be released on DVD as a concert film as well, however no release date has been announced. The only verification is that Eagle Rock Entertainment's TV division, Eagle Vision, disclosed the flick in their 2013 catalog.
The film will be called Morrissey 25: Live From Hollywood High, and will be distributed by SpectiCast. SpectiCast's co-founder and president, Mark Rupp stated the following on the film:
We are delighted to again be working again with Eagle Rock Entertainment on Morrissey 25: Live From Hollywood High, showcasing one of music's most intriguing figures, playing live at the Hollywood High School in to a legion of loyal fans. Our continued success with Eagle Rock Entertainment concert films assures me the Morrissey 25: Live From Hollywood High will be a hit in theatres across North America.
With the help of 3D technology, this will be the closest some will ever get to seeing Morrissey live, so stay tuned for a release date and news for where Morrissey 25 will be showing in a theater near you.