Liam Gallagher has proclaimed the hotly-anticipated Oasis film coming out later this year 'biblical' after viewing the first cut.
The documentary is being produced by the team behind Oscar-winning biopic Amy, about the late pop star Amy Winehouse , and will chronicle the Britpop band's astronomical rise to fame through reams of archive footage - much of it unseen until now.
Liam appeared wistful for the old days as he tweeted: "Just seen the 1st cut of the OASIS film BIBLICAL what ever happened to my ROCKNROLL LG x."
Filmmakers are said to have been given unprecedented access to the band for the project, with Burnage-born brothers Liam and Noel both offering their insight in candid interviews.
Manchester music fans will have seen director Mat Whitecross's handiwork before in his 2012 film Spike Island, about the Stone Roses' legendary 1990 gig of the same name. He also directed Ian Drury biopic Sex & Drugs & Rock & Roll in 2010.
Titled Oasis - The Rock 'N' Roll Band That Defined A Generation, the new film is set to be released in cinemas later this year.
Meanwhile, Noel Gallagher is back in the studio to work on his new High Flying Birds album. He posted on his Instragram account: 'That's me done for a while now. I'm back in the studio. See you in The USA.'