Led Zeppelin would like you to stop asking if they're reuniting

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Led Zeppelin's 2007 reunion performance might be coming to a theater near you on Oct. 17 in the form of the concert film "Celebration Day," but that doesn't -- and we mean doesn't -- mean the band is getting back together.

The surviving members of the seminal English rock band -- Jimmy Page, Robert Plant and John Paul Jones -- teamed up with new addition Jason Bonham (son of deceased drummer John Bonham) to talk about "Celebration Day" with a group of reporters in New York Tuesday, and those in attendance kept asking whether there's any possibility of another reunion any time soon. Plant bristled at the repeated questions, but Jones and Page gave more polite answers to the question.

"It's disappointing for people when the answer is no," he says, according to Entertainment Weekly. "But that's what it is now."

"Celebration Day" shows the reunion performance that Led Zeppelin (with the younger Bonham substituting for his late father) gave during the Ahmet Ertegun Tribute Concert at the O2 Arena in London on Dec. 10, 2007. Enjoy that while you can, because it seems like that's the most up-to-date Led Zeppelin performance you're going to get any time soon.

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