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From the official website:

British heavy rock legends Iron Maiden, in association with Banger Productions, EMI Records, Universal (USA) and Arts Alliance Media, announce that they will be releasing a feature length documentary film into cinemas worldwide on April 21st 2009.

As you may know from Rod's tour diaries, Iron Maiden have been working on a feature length documentary. Entitled 'IRON MAIDEN: FLIGHT 666', the movie follows the band on the first leg of their Somewhere Back In Time World Tour in February and March of 2008 as they experienced the most ambitious and adventurous tour in rock history, and will be released in April 2009 in association with EMI Records and Universal in the USA.

The Maiden tour plan was something that had never been attempted before on such a grand scale. Circumnavigating the globe, the band flew in a specially customised Boeing 757 airliner with their crew and 12 tons of music and stage equipment on board, playing 23 sold out stadium and arena shows in 13 countries in just 45 days, travelling 70,000km and performing to almost half a million fans.

The band were accompanied everywhere by award-winning documentary makers Banger Productions from Toronto in Canada, who have received international critical acclaim for their previous movies "Metal, A Headbangers Journey" and recently "Global Metal". Filmmakers Scot McFadyen and Sam Dunn and their team bring an intimate behind the scenes view of this remarkable journey, with a close look at the logistics involved and following Team Maiden in the cockpit, on the plane and on and offstage, getting to the heart of this global adventure of a band that has very rarely even let cameras backstage before.

Shot in High Definition and with superb 5.1 surround sound, mixed by the bands producer Kevin 'Caveman' Shirley, FLIGHT 666 brings to the screen all the drama, excitement and hysteria that followed the band around the world every time 'Ed Force One' touched down in a new country. The film documents the intensity of the punishing show schedules, the struggle with the time zones, the pressures of ensuring that every performance matched the energy of the many thousands of ecstatic and expectant fans from many cultural backgrounds, unusual angles from the spectacular shows... and of course the fun had on the way!.

Iron Maiden: Flight 666 is an honest and revealing portrait of one of the worlds most successful rock bands and a must-see for all Maiden fans.

A special international 'Iron Maiden' day is being planned for 21st April with simultaneous showings of IRON MAIDEN:FLIGHT 666 in selected Digital cinemas around the world - we will of course bring you more information on this nearer the time.


Movie teaser: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r113duF0SXE

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I'm looking forward to it!

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thanx for the info, can't wait to see it...


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Maiden play here in a couple weeks can’t wait, it’s a shame that the documentary probably won’t play here will have to make do with a live gig!!

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i may go see it when it has world premier =)


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so when is this coming to theaters?

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Well it opens here on April the 30th.

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thanks shanic but does anyone know when it opens in america?

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thanks shanic but does anyone know when it opens in america?

In the article I posted it says April 21. Go to their website for details on specific cities. :wink:

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whoa thats tommorow. thanks rickhawk.

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sorry about this double post but i just founf out that its goin to be available on DVD! with a second dvd full of concert footage!
from Iron Maiden official website.



"IRON MAIDEN: FLIGHT 666" Available Monday 25th May on EMI Records (Tuesday June 9th in Canada) and June 9th in the USA via Universal Music Enterprises on Blu-ray, 2-DVD Set and Live Double Soundtrack Album

Can you handle 45 days on the road on the most adventurous rock tour ever?

On Tuesday, April 21, 2009 the award winning Film FLIGHT 666 will be screened in over 450 special digital movie theatres in 42 Countries!

Advance reviews and phenomenal media and fan reaction from private screenings of the first ever full length feature film from Brit award winners IRON MAIDEN have prompted EMI Records (Ume USA) to rush release the film and soundtrack for home-viewing enjoyment.

FLIGHT 666 will be released on extended Blu-ray and DVD formats, alongside a double-CD soundtrack album and limited edition double-vinyl picture disc which will be available Monday 25th May on EMI Records, and Tuesday 9th June on EMI Records Canada and UMe in the USA.

Filmed digitally in Hi Def to provide pristine picture quality, FLIGHT 666 was directed by Sam Dunn and Scot McFadyen with the award-winning Banger Productions team ('Metal; A Headbanger's Story' and 'Global Metal') who take you right inside the Maiden family with almost total access to the band, something which Maiden have never allowed before. The stunning 5.1 soundtrack was specially mixed by Maiden producer Kevin Shirley to complement the picture quality as an ultimate attack on your senses.

'Flight 666' documents the first leg of Maiden's legendary SOMEWHERE BACK IN TIME WORLD TOUR which took them 50,000 miles round the planet playing 23 concerts on five continents in just 45 days. One of the stars of the movie is the band's customised Boeing 757, Ed Force One, which carried the band, all their crew and 12 tons of stage equipment and was piloted by Maiden vocalist Bruce Dickinson, a fully qualified and active Airline Captain with Astraeus Airlines.

Taking you on a visual global tour from Mumbai to Sydney, Tokyo to L.A., Mexico City to Costa Rica, Bogota to Sao Paulo, Buenos Aires and Santiago to New York and Toronto and places in-between, you travel with the band and crew on the plane, to and from shows, in the bar and during leisure time, while experiencing the exhaustion and fan pandemonium that comes with such as mission.


FLIGHT 666 (named after the official airways flight call) reveals how the idea for this unique tour actually came about and how complex planning turned it into a reality. The documentary also contains some of the most spectacular live footage yet seen of the band, filmed in all of those locations and beyond. If you have ever wanted to see the inside story of a truly unique and worldwide tour, taking you to places you never imagined, Maiden fan or not, this is your opportunity.

As a very special bonus for the fans, Maiden have included a second disc of the entire set from the 2008 segment of this tour with the DVD (and as a long-play Blu-ray). Sixteen songs from sixteen different cities in eleven countries around the world, for the first time ever encompassing such varied places and cultures in one concert. (See full track listing below). In addition to a standard double DVD, EMI will release a special souvenir Limited Edition Deluxe DVD with 30 page booklet. The soundtrack audio version of the live show will be available on two CDs, as a limited edition vinyl set with two picture discs, and a digital download especially for those fans who do not have DVD access or just want to enjoy the show as a great live album. All are lavishly packaged as an ultimate memento of a tour to remember!
To recognize the global phenomenon of Maiden, the Blu-ray/DVD are also subtitled in Hindi, Japanese, Dutch, German, Spanish, Brazilian, French, Italian, Portuguese and Swedish

Comments band manager Rod Smallwood; "It's been a mammoth undertaking. From the first twinkle in Bruce's eye it's taken about three years to put band, crew and equipment in a giant flying 'splitter bus', to go through all the long and tiresome prep and safety regulations and planning, to the actual filming and of the tour itself, through to post production and right up to putting together all these items in the very best quality possible for our fans."

"It's great that with MAIDEN DAY on Tuesday April 21, we can give our fans the opportunity of seeing this digitally on big screen in Hi Def with the full-on 5.1 sound experience with other fans around them. It was also very rewarding that it has won the prestigious SXSW Film Festival Award for Best Music Documentary."

The 'Somewhere Back in Time Tour' reached almost 2 million fans in 39 countries and, if there is one thing l know from managing Maiden all these years, it's that our fans are not happy to wait too long, so we are delighted that EMI (Ume USA) are rush-releasing the DVD. This closes the chapter on an absolutely brilliant experience delving into the past for the band, myself and my team, the crew and hopefully all of you fans out there. After the summer and some deserved time off, we will concentrate on the 'new' with the band starting to put together material for a brand new studio album due sometime later in 2010. And, of course, after that we will look forward to seeing all our fans again!!"

The film FLIGHT 666 is being released in the following manner:

Long-play Blu-ray with FLIGHT 666: THE FILM and FLIGHT 666: The Concert (215 minutes)*

Double DVD
Disc One: FLIGHT 666 : THE FILM (112 minutes)
Disc Two: FLIGHT 666 : The Concert (104 minutes)*

Plus Limited Edition Deluxe Double DVD of the above with special packaging and 30 page booklet

FLIGHT 666: The Original Soundtrack album - Double CD*

FLIGHT 666: The Original Soundtrack album - Limited Edition Double Vinyl Picture Disc


FULL TRACK LISTING
for the bonus *concert footage on DVD and Blu-ray, plus the double Live Soundtrack CD

(CD 1)
ACES HIGH
Bandra Kurla Complex/Mumbai, India
February 1, 2008

2 MINUTES TO MIDNIGHT
Rod Laver Arena/Melbourne, Australia
February 7, 2008

REVELATIONS
Acer Arena/Sydney, Australia
February 9, 2008

THE TROOPER
Makuhari Messe/Tokyo, Japan
February 16, 2008

WASTED YEARS
Arena Monterrey/Monterrey, Mexico
February 22, 2008

THE NUMBER OF THE BEAST
The Forum/Los Angeles, USA
February 19, 2008

CAN I PLAY WITH MADNESS
Foro Sol/Mexico City, Mexico
February 24, 2008

RIME OF THE ANCIENT MARINER
Izod Center/New Jersey, USA
March 14, 2008

(CD 2)
POWERSLAVE
Saprissa Stadium/San Jose, Costa Rica
February 26, 2008

HEAVEN CAN WAIT
Palmeiras Stadium/Sao Paulo, Brazil
March 2, 2008

RUN TO THE HILLS
Simon Bolivar Park/Bogota, Colombia
February 28, 2008

FEAR OF THE DARK
Ferrocarril Oeste Stadium/Buenos Aires, Argentina
March 7, 2008

IRON MAIDEN
Pista Atletica/Santiago, Chile
March 9, 2008

MOONCHILD
Coliseo de Puerto Rico/San Juan, Puerto Rico
March 12, 2008

THE CLAIRVOYANT
Pedreira Paulo Leminski/Curitiba, Brazil
March 4, 2008

HALLOWED BE THY NAME
Air Canada Centre/Toronto, Canada
March 16, 2008


The only thing i dont get is the headline. at the top it says two dates. i dont get when its getting released on dvd in the usa. is it in june or may?

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The Palladium Network has been showing the documentary in its entirety (with cursing bleeped, of course) all weekend. *r* I just watched all 2.5 hours of it and was extremely impressed. I'll pick up the DVD when it's released this Tuesday. :twisted:

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What's up with all the Docs! I love it. I saw a show with Iron Maiden Flight 166 on VH1 or MTV.. Anyway we have had Anvil, Randy Rhoads coming soon, Ozzy Doc, Maiden, who else. Can't wait for the RR doc to come out. God. Reminds me when I was young and I wished they would do a realistic movie with Spiderman, next day Spiderman preview is on a commercial. :lol:


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What's up with all the Docs! I love it. I saw a show with Iron Maiden Flight 166 on VH1 or MTV.. Anyway we have had Anvil, Randy Rhoads coming soon, Ozzy Doc, Maiden, who else. Can't wait for the RR doc to come out. God. Reminds me when I was young and I wished they would do a realistic movie with Spiderman, next day Spiderman preview is on a commercial. :lol:


:lol: i think you meen flight 666, not "166".
anyways there are alot of great docs coming out. just watched flight 666 on vh1 classic last night and it was amazing. and i dvr'd it of course. im definatly getting the dvd on tuesday and i cant wait to see all the extra concert footage on disc 2. its pretty much all on youtube and im so tempted to go and watch disc 2 their but im holding off untill tuesday and vh1 already showed a good chunk of it on "classic in concert".

i have a question for anyone who saw both flight 666 and anvil the story of anvil. what is better?


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The Palladium Network has been showing the documentary in its entirety (with cursing bleeped, of course) all weekend. *r* I just watched all 2.5 hours of it and was extremely impressed. I'll pick up the DVD when it's released this Tuesday. :twisted:

what channel is palladium network?


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I mis-typed before. It's actually Palladia. The channel varies from cable company or satellite company to the next.

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Finally saw it on VH1 last night.. not too bad.

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I mis-typed before. It's actually Palladia. The channel varies from cable company or satellite company to the next.


they arent showing it all weekend where i live.


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The DVD is now available in the U.S. 8) I picked it up yesterday at Best Buy -- they're offering a special edition 2-DVD set that includes the movie on 1 DVD, and then the full concert on a 2nd bonus DVD. It comes in a commemorative "book" format that includes full color pages inside, and this week, it's on sale for only $11.99. :shock: Quite a deal. *r*

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The DVD is now available in the U.S. 8) I picked it up yesterday at Best Buy -- they're offering a special edition 2-DVD set that includes the movie on 1 DVD, and then the full concert on a 2nd bonus DVD. It comes in a commemorative "book" format that includes full color pages inside, and this week, it's on sale for only $11.99. :shock: Quite a deal. *r*

That's quite a good deal! I'll be on my way to Best Buy tomorrow!
Wonder if the sale price is good online as well?

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The DVD is now available in the U.S. 8) I picked it up yesterday at Best Buy -- they're offering a special edition 2-DVD set that includes the movie on 1 DVD, and then the full concert on a 2nd bonus DVD. It comes in a commemorative "book" format that includes full color pages inside, and this week, it's on sale for only $11.99. :shock: Quite a deal. *r*


i picked it up on tuesday. its so good. love rime of the ancient mariner. all the songs kick compleate ass. heaven can wait was so funny when bruce was dancing around in eddie's coffin. :lol: i only wish they had filmed the legs after the first one as well because it would have been great to see mummy eddie and syborg eddie. when i saw them they had both and it was great. the mummy came out and his eyeballs exploded just like live after death, but their where a bunch of speakers in the way so i couldnt see his face so i wish they would have waited to show the mummy eddie. as far as the movie, i love the part when Nicko has his sun glasses on when he is underground in a pyramid :lol: and when Nicko tells how Janick ran off to a bar when he is standing right in front of him. lol :lol:


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its cool that they are remembering powerslave-years
i was thier 2 out-of 6 days at long beach arena'85
i was amazed they sold-out that many days at arena
i guess they were too.


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its cool that they are remembering powerslave-years
i was thier 2 out-of 6 days at long beach arena'85
i was amazed they sold-out that many days at arena
i guess they were too.


are you sure it was 6 days? because im pretty sure it was only 4 but i could be wrong.


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mikesline wrote:
its cool that they are remembering powerslave-years
i was thier 2 out-of 6 days at long beach arena'85
i was amazed they sold-out that many days at arena
i guess they were too.


are you sure it was 6 days? because im pretty sure it was only 4 but i could be wrong.


you may be right but,if memory reminds me it was more than four.???
on vh1-classics thier showing a premier style -called somewhere/time
promoting this dvd release and i think it shows stuff that ain't on dvd release
bits-here and there. when i see it it reminds me of the days when they had two-guitarist
and dickinson had long hair. cool band i've always dug.


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mikesline wrote:
demon wrote:
mikesline wrote:
its cool that they are remembering powerslave-years
i was thier 2 out-of 6 days at long beach arena'85
i was amazed they sold-out that many days at arena
i guess they were too.


are you sure it was 6 days? because im pretty sure it was only 4 but i could be wrong.


you may be right but,if memory reminds me it was more than four.???
on vh1-classics thier showing a premier style -called somewhere/time
promoting this dvd release and i think it shows stuff that ain't on dvd release
bits-here and there. when i see it it reminds me of the days when they had two-guitarist
and dickinson had long hair. cool band i've always dug.


it was definatly 4. and everything they are showing on vh1s "somewhere back in time" is on the dvd on disk 2.


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