Noel and Liam Gallagher both agree to take part in Oasis documentary

We hope there won’t be any bust-ups. Actually, that would be pretty funny…

Liam and Noel Gallagher

by Anna Lewis |
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Noel and Liam Gallagher have had their fair share of problems in the past. Well just one problem really – they hate each other.

But things are looking up. According to The Guardian, the brothers have both agreed to take part in an upcoming Oasis documentary, “sharing their favourite memories and offering their insight in interviews."


So maybe they’re ready to kiss and make-up? They’re bound to bump into each other at the wrap party, right?

James Gay-Rees of production company On The Corner and director Asif Kapadia are the guys behind the recent Amy Winehouse film, and will be creating the Oasis documentary, which will chart the Britpop band right from their early days.

Asif will act as executive-director on the film with Mat Whitecross to direct. Mat has directed a number of Coldplay videos and 2012's Spike Island.

They are said to have been given "unprecedented" access to the band and unseen archive footage.


Screen Daily reports that Independent Film Sales will launch the film at industry event, AFM, which takes place between 4 – 11 November.

Andrew Orr, managing director at Independent, commented, "Oasis are without doubt one of the classic British rock bands, selling 70million albums worldwide and defining the sound of a whole era.

“At its heart are Liam and Noel Gallagher, two of the finest rock ‘n’ roll stars this country has ever produced. Mat’s sensibility and style are going to provide the perfect complement to this tale of the rise of one of the great rock ’n’ roll bands."

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