Rob Zombie has officially finished shooting his “The Devil’s Rejects” sequel “3 From Hell.” The singer is planning to start editing the movie in the fall, following his tour with Marilyn Manson. Zombie told Eddie Trunk the following about the film on “Trunk Nation”:
“It’s the third part of my sort of trilogy that started with ‘House Of 1,000 Corpses’, then it was ‘The Devil’s Rejects’ and now it’s this movie called ‘3 From Hell’. It’s the third part of that series.”
“We’re done shooting it. I finished about two weeks ago. And, basically, the process just stops and waits for me. ‘Cause the film will just basically sit and wait till I get back from tour, which is the end of August, maybe… I don’t remember when [‘The Second Coming’] tour [with Marilyn Manson] ends… beginning of September. And then we’ll start editing. And that’ll take me through the rest of the year.”
Muse have shared a new trailer for their “Drones World Tour” concert film. That movie will be screened in theaters across the country for one night only on July 12. It was shot and directed by Tom Kirk and Jan Willem Schram, and it features performances that took place across multiple cities in 2016. The film is also expected to include a career-spanning set, as well as “the ultimate audio/visual sensory experience” through an “eerie, dystopian world” created by drones, projections, and LED lasers.
During Tenacious D’s set at the Shaky Knees Festival in Atlanta, GA, Jack Black revealed that a sequel to “The Pick Of Destiny” will be released in October. He also added: “I don’t know where you’ll be able to see it, but we have decided that it’s happening and it’s coming out.” In related news, Black previously confirmed that the group’s new album will be called “Post Apocalypto.”
Muse have announced that their “Drones World Tour” concert film will be screened in theaters across the country for one night only on July 12. The film was shot and directed by Tom Kirk and Jan Willem Schram, and it features performances that took place across multiple cities in 2016. The movie is expected to include a career-spanning set, as well as “the ultimate audio/visual sensory experience” through an “eerie, dystopian world” created by drones, projections, and LED lasers. Tickets will go on sale on May 3. For ticket and theater information head to musedrones.film. Frontman Matt Bellamy commented:
“The symbiosis between humanity and technology has always been something I am interested by. Drones just seem to be a very interesting modern metaphor for what that represents… You want to leave people with the idea that they ask the question themselves about the role of technology in our lives and whether it’s a good thing or a bad thing.”
From April 5, 1992 to February 29, 1996, about 14,000 were killed during the Siege of Sarajevo. Despite the violence in the area, Bruce Dickinson (Iron Maiden) and his band Skunkworks ended up playing a show in the city back in 1994. That concert is now being documented in a new film called “Scream for Me Sarajevo.” The documentary will hit UK theaters on April 17, and U.S. and Canadian theaters on May 10. There will also be a special London screening at Vue Cinema West End on April 11. All screening locations can be found HERE. Dickinson previously discussed the performance in “What Does This Button Do?”:
“We weren’t protected, there was no plan and the bullets were real, but fuck it, we went anyway. The gig was immense, intense and probably the biggest show in the world at that moment for the audience and for us. That the world didn’t really know didn’t matter. It changed the way I viewed life, death and other human beings.”
According to Deadline, David Costabile (“Billions”) has been recruited to play Mötley Crüe’s manager Doc McGhee in the group’s upcoming biopic “The Dirt.” As previously reported, the rest of the cast is expected to include: Daniel Webber (“The Punisher”) as Vince Neil, Douglas Booth as Nikki Sixx, Machine Gun Kelly as Tommy Lee, Iwan Rheon (“Game Of Thrones”) as Mick Mars, Tony Cavalero (Nickelodeon’s “School Of Rock”) as Ozzy Osbourne, and Rebekah Graf (“The Amityville Murders”) as Heather Locklear. Netflix is backing the movie, which will be directed by Jeff Tremaine (“Jackass”, etc.). The four band members will serve as co-producers.
A new trailer has been shared for the upcoming grindcore documentary, “Slave To The Grind: A Film About Grindcore,” via Metal injection. The film was directed by Doug Brown, and it will premiere at the Calgary Underground Film Festival on April 21.