Looks like Daft Punk might finally take off their helmets and show face this year. Yesterday, Variety reported that there will be one-hour documentary made by BBC Worldwide Production France made about the French duo. Canal Plus, a French premium pay channel, commissioned the project, which is slated to air in 2015. 

Directed by HervĂ© Martin Delpierre and co-written by Marina Rozenman, the doc will cover Daft Punk's 20-year career, beginning with their start in the early '90s to their influence on the French house music scene all the way up to their last album, Random Access Memories, and more. Since the dynamic duo is known for their lack thereof interviews and press, we're pretty excited to see what we've been missing out on for all of these years. Watch the video above for more details.

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