Disney+ Releases Trailer for “Bono & The Edge: A Sort of Homecoming, with Dave Letterman”





Disney+ has revealed the trailer for the highly anticipated docu-special, “Bono & The Edge: A Sort of Homecoming, with Dave Letterman,” which is set to premiere globally on the streamer on March 17. The St. Patrick’s Day debut coincides with the release of U2’s latest album “Songs of Surrender.” U2 fans will be happy to know that the new album is a collection of 40 songs from across the band’s catalog, re-recorded, and reimagined.

In the docu-special, Letterman takes his first visit to Dublin to hang out with the city’s own Bono and The Edge. Academy Award-winning filmmaker Morgan Neville captures the experience as the two U2 musicians perform a concert unlike any they’ve done before.

The special is part concert movie, part travel adventure and it’ll focus on the 45-plus years of friendship between Bono and The Edge. Letterman, who has a 25-year relationship with U2, will provide humor during the special and he’ll be the band’s honored guest during the concert.

Sign up for Disney+ to stream “Bono & The Edge: A Sort of Homecoming, with Dave Letterman,” on Friday, March 17, and watch the trailer, below.

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