Mark your calendars if you want to catch McGregor’s rise to fame in theaters.
If you live in America and want to see the upcoming Conor Mcgregor documentary ‘Notorious’ in theaters, you’re going to have to mark your calendars. According to The Hollywood Reporter, the Universal Studios film will be getting a ‘special’ one day screening in North America on Wednesday November 8th.
No reason for the very limited run has been given from UK distributor Trafalgar Releasing, who came into existence earlier this year after buying out the distribution assets of Picturehouse Cinemas.
‘Notorious’ is directed by Gavin Fitzgerald and produced by Jamie D’alton. With over four years worth of footage, the movie promises to show the world Conor McGregor’s rise to the absolute pinnacle of MMA and beyond to his superfight with Floyd Mayweather. Anyone with doubts about the duo’s ability to tell a compelling story should check out their work on a previous McGregor documentary series aired by RTE in 2015.
As for McGregor himself, he continues to mystify the word regarding what he’ll do next. There are murmurs that he may face Paulie Malignaggi next, but a social media posting from Conor seemed to tease a fight with new UFC interim lightweight champ Tony Ferguson.
Those that attend the special one day showing of Notorious may learn more … the movie will be accompanied by an interview with McGregor taped at the world premiere of the film in Dublin on November 1st.