Alan G. Parker, the director of the forthcoming KISS documentary, You Wanted the Best, You Got the Best, has provided an update on its production on the band's website.
He says, "We now have the first rough assembly of the movie... It runs two hours 37 minutes and is still full of footage from my vast bootleg collection... We will fix a date for Paul Stanley and Gene Simmons to view it in L.A.... Thus far, the film as only been viewed by a small handful of friends from within the industry, and they all love it...and [say] that it's my best work to date. We have unearthed some great archive, and found a few masters, where masters were thought to no longer exist! One of my favorites being the 1976 first U.K. trip... I'm very proud of the movie. If Paul and Gene both like it, we will replace my archive with masters, get some pictures from the KISS office and put the film up for picture grading and final Dolby sound mix."
If all goes well, the documentary should be in theaters in the fall.