While it’s unclear when we’ll be getting Kanye West‘s new album Jesus Is King, we do know when we’re getting a Jesus Is King movie.

According to multiple reports, IMAX has announced that the movie, made in collaboration with Kanye, will arrive in IMAX theaters worldwide on October 25.  The movie was filmed this past summer at one of Kanye’s Sunday Services, which was held in Roden Crater, an art installation by James Turrell in Arizona’s Painted Desert.

According to the Hollywood Reporter, IMAX describes the film in a statement as a “one-of-a-kind experience” featuring “songs arranged by West in the gospel tradition along with music from his new album Jesus Is King — all presented in the immersive sound and stunning clarity of IMAX.”

Billboard reports that at special events on Friday and Saturday night in, respectively, Detroit and Chicago, Kanye debuted glimpses of the new film, and also treated fans and media to a preview of the Jesus Is King album, which was to have been released on Friday, but was delayed. There are indications that the album is coming out at some point on Sunday.

According to Billboard, the album features saxophonist Kenny G on a song called “Use This Gospel.”  Kenny G had said in an interview a few weeks ago that he and Kanye had collaborated on something.

On Saturday night, Kanye joined Chance the Rapper onstage for Chance’s Chicago concert, and told the crowd, “We came here tonight to declare that Jesus Christ is King.”  He and Chance also performed “All We Got,” from Chance’s mixtape Coloring Book.

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