The “Rocker Rooms” documentary “Rocks” will be releasing theatrical on December 20th, The Hollywood Reporter has confirmed.
Production for the film began this month in New York, where the film will be shot and distributed.
The film, which chronicles the life and career of singer-songwriter-guitarist-producer Bob Marley, will air at select cities across the United States on Dec. 19 and 20, the site reports.
The original “Rock” film is still being filmed, and the filmmakers have not yet set a release date.
Marley died on Feb. 1, 1966, at the age of 45 after a bout with lung cancer.
The “Rocking” documentary, which will debut on Netflix, will feature interviews with Bob Marleys son, drummer, and his son, who recorded the film, and former “Rokey” member and producer Robert Rokey, who helped create Marley’s legacy.
The story follows the lives of Marley and Rokeys bandmates and is set in Marleyland.
Marleys family is also featured in the film.
In addition to Bob Marly, the film includes members of the legendary Roke-Funkadelic band, as well as the legendary Beatles drummer Ringo Starr.
The film will feature performances from the “Roker’s Boys” and the “Beatles”, along with Bobbie Gentry, a former Roker and current member of the group.
The films cast members will also include Mark Wahlberg, John Travolta, Tom Hanks, John Cusack, Robert Pattinson, and more.