Jimmy Page, Jack White And The Edge Star In New Film

It Might Get Loud will be premiered at next month's Toronto Film Festival

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It Might Get Loud, a documentary featuring Jack White, The Edge and Jimmy Page, will be unveiled at the 2008 Toronto Film Festival.

The film, directed by David Guggenheim, features extensive footage of the three guitar heroes talking about their careers and inspirations, filmed in London, Nashville and Dublin. We’re also promised new music from White, Page and The Edge on the soundtrack.

Apparently, the film pivots on a lengthy meeting between the three men. It’s pretty self-evident how much Jack White owes to Page and Led Zeppelin, but common ground between him and The Edge sounds somewhat unlikely. We shall see. . .

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