According to Variety, audiences may have another chance to see Martin Scorsese's 3½-hour docu No Direction Home: Bob Dylan on the bigscreen.
Focusing on the singer-songwriter's life and music from 1961-66, the doc was released on DVD.
The pic briefly screened for free via Emerging Pictures in 30 cities nation-wide. At its Gotham preem on Monday, however, Paramount Pictures chairman-CEO Brad Grey said the studio "should take a look at (releasing the film) theatrically, which I don't think was ever contemplated."
Viacom co-prexy and co-chief operating officer Tom Freston also saw a potential life for Home in theaters. "We are trying to figure out now can we clear it theatrically and get in some theaters because I do believe some people are going to want to see it on the bigscreen in a communal way."