Members of the Rolling Stones seemed inclined to play more concerts in 2013 as they spoke to reporters while walking the red carpet at this week's London premiere of the group's new 50th anniversary documentary "Crossfire Hurricane." Guitarist Ron Wood predicted that "once this wheel is turning I don't think it will be able to stop...We won't be able to stop." Frontman Mick Jagger, meanwhile, was asked specifically about the Stones coming to Australia. He responded, "Not this week! We're going to go and rehearse this week but I hope to go to Australia. I haven't been there in years." Jagger did, however, say that "rehearsals are going very well" for the Stones' upcoming shows at London's O2 Arena (November 25 and 29) and the Prudential Center in Newark, N.J. (December 13 and 15). "We've done loads of songs," Jagger said. "We're playing well and everyone's sounding good." Guitarist Keith Richards added that, "It's very high energy, and very enthusiastic. It's almost like 'Hey, we got a gig,' you know, and everybody's really up for it. I'm amazed how the band has like just moved straight into the slot, and I thought it would be like a little rusty and cranky to start with, but everybody was up from day one. So I'm really looking forward to this man....I was surprised how little rust was on the machinery, you know. We went straight into oiling. But yeah, I think everybody was itching to go get on the road again or, you know, to get on stage and to play together. It's a great feeling." Drummer Charlie Watts and former bassist Bill Wyman also attended the screening, along with "Crossfire Hurricane" director Brett Morgen and Jagger's ex-wife Jerry Hall. The Hollywood Reporter called it "a skillfully edited patchwork entirely drawn from existing archive footage" though noted that the film primarily focuses "on the band's first two explosive decades as sexy young rebels with a prolific genius for catch songs, but scarcely anything from their last three as a multi-millionaire corporate brand with ever-shrinking talents as songwriters." Nevertheless, it said that the film "makes a grand spectacle," with "sporadically revealing" new interviews with past and present band members. "Crossfire Hurricane" is now showing at theaters in Britain before moving to the BBC, while it debuts November 15 on HBO in the U.S.