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LONDON — British rockers Led Zeppelin will release a concert film based on their 2007 charity performance in London that hits cinemas on Oct. 17, the band said on Thursday. The film, called “Celebration Day” and directed by Dick Carruthers, was taken from the long-awaited reunion of one of rock’s most successful acts. The theatrical release will be across 1,500 screens in more than 40 territories, followed by an audio and video release on Nov. 19. Click here for more information on the story.