Famed filmmaker Spike Jonze and surviving Beastie Boys members Adam “Ad-Rock” Horovitz and Michael “Mike D” Diamond have announced a new documentary, simply titled, Beastie Boys Story.

The documentary will debut in select IMAX theaters before streaming exclusively on Apple TV+. The news comes on the heels of another exciting announcement for fans of the hip-hop trio: less than two weeks ago, news broke that Jonze was producing a Beastie Boys photo book chronicling the never-before-seen and behind-the-scenes experiences working with the three-piece.

Apple TV said in an announcement that Jonze will direct the Ad-Rock and Mike D-penned documentary which archives “an intimate, personal story of their band and 40 years of friendship in a live documentary experience.” It follows the Beastie Boys Story live events that the three produced last year.

In a press release, the Beastie Boys members said: “There are some friends you can have lunch with so many times over the years, you know their order. Spike is one of those friends. And even when you don’t recognize anything on the menu, he comes up with something good for the whole table. Like when we wondered what to do when our book comes out…then Spike placed his order: You will put on a show for the children.”

Jonze added a modicum of gratitude to the statement: “I owe Beastie Boys a lot. One time, they pulled me out of a burning ship, and another time they helped me cheat on my college exam to get into Florida State. So, it was a real privilege to get to reunite with them and help them tell their story.”

The film will debut in IMAX on April 3rd and find its way to Apple TV+ on April 24th.