Hitting theaters on November 3rd is A Hollywood High Duran Duran‘s new 75-minute documentary concert film. According to Rolling Stone, the film features the group’s “recent rooftop performance in the city at the Aster and gathered up decades-old archival footage to pair with exclusive interviews.”

Bassist John Taylor said in a statement, “Duran Duran have had an enduring relationship with the city of Los Angeles since the first time we came to America. We were determined to do something unique to celebrate our four decades together. A rooftop performance in LA with the Capitol Records building across the street and the Hollywood sign looming in the distance sounded perfect and turned out to be an extraordinary night for all of us.”

Keyboardist Nick Rhodes added, “We wanted to do something really special and intimate. After considering many options, a rooftop performance quickly became the frontrunner. It was post-pandemic, we had never done anything like that before, and we had just released a new album. Somehow it seemed like a magical doorway to the next part of our journey.”

Duran Duran will next perform on October 30th and 31st in Las Vegas at the Encore Theater at the Wynn.


  • Between 1983 and 1993, Duran Duran scored 15 Top 40 hits, including the Top 10’s — “Hungry Like The Wolf,” “Is There Something I Should Know,” “Union Of The Snake,” “New Moon On Monday,” “The Wild Boys,” “Notorious,” “I Don’t Want Your Love,” “Ordinary World,” and “Come Undone” — along with the chart-toppers, “The Reflex” and “A View To A Kill.”
  • Duran Duran’s 2015 album, Paper Goods, was co-produced by Chic‘s Nile Rodgers, and peaked at Number 10 on the Billboard 200 album charts.
  • Its 2021 followup, Future Past, topped out at Number 28 despite hitting Number One in the UK.

CHECK IT OUT: The trailer to Duran Duran’s 2022 concert doc, A Hollywood High: