HBO will air the Rolling Stones 50th anniversary documentary this fall. Though no date or title have yet been announced, HBO President of Programming Michael Lombardo confirmed that the network has landed rights to the Brett Morgan-directed film during the Television Critics Association summer press tour in Los Angeles. The documentary includes archival footage as well as new interviews with band members past and present, while Morgan filmed band rehearsals during May in New Jersey -- for which Detroit's own Don Was, who's been the Stones' go-to producer for the past 18 years, played bass. HBO is expected to air a two-hour film that will then be expanded for DVD, although there's talk the Stones' doc could be a two-part affair like Martin Scorsese's George Harrison documentary. The group's new coffee table book, "Rolling Stones 50," will be published in the U.S. during October. We are, of course, still waiting on word about the Stones' performance plans to celebrate their 50th anniversary; Mick Jagger has said the group will play this fall, and signs point to multi-night stands in key cities rather than a full-scale tour.