Life of Brian gets a new 'welease' | Movie back in cinemas for its 40th anniversary

Life of Brian gets a new 'welease'

Movie back in cinemas for its 40th anniversary

Monty Python’s Life of Brian is to return to cinemas next year to mark its 40th anniversary.


Distributors Trafalgar Releasing have signed a deal for the rights to the classic movie, having previously brought the team's O2 reunion shows Monty Python Live (Mostly) to cinema screens.


Marc Allenby, from the company, said: 'We look forward to working with the Monty Python team again on the release of this incredibly important satirical masterpiece. 


'From The People's Front of Judea, to ex-lepers and bearded lady’s we’ll ensure audiences have a fun packed time during the momentous 40th anniversary celebrations later in 2018.

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Trafalgar Releasing has rights to show the film worldwide, except North America, French speaking territories, Australia and New Zealand.


More than 330,000 Python fans saw the O2 shows in cinemas in 2014.

Published: 17 Nov 2017

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