Rolling Stones guitarist Ronnie Wood's new documentary is one step closer to a worldwide release.
A trailer for Somebody Up There Likes me has been unveiled to promote the Nov. 26 U.K. theatrical opening of the highly-anticipated documentary.
In the clip, Wood is seen reflecting on the tremendous rewards music has brought to him. He mostly attributes his success (which includes two Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductions) to "being at the right place at the right time."
But stardom for the former Faces guitarist came with its pitfalls, as well. Wood struggled with addiction for decades, until finally getting sober in 2002.
"I wouldn't change anything, except I'd do it with my eyes open a bit more," Wood says to the camera.
After making a name for himself beside Rod Stewart the Faces, Wood joined the Stones in 1975.
Stewart, as well as Wood's Stones band mates Mick Jagger and Keith also been seen describing their longtime friend and partner in the trailer.
The film reportedly took two years to make. In addition to Wood's career, it explores his personal life and includes footage from performances over the years.