The film will be directed by filmmaker Joachim Ronning, recognized for his work on titles such as Pirates of the Caribbean and Maleficent.
One of the biggest bands in rock and roll is getting its own biopic. Just like Elvis Presley, Elton John or Queen, the band led by Paul Stanley and Gene Simmons will enjoy telling their story, which will reach the Netflix catalog.
This news was revealed when manager Doc McGhee confirmed it during an interview with The Rock Experience With Mike Brunn. There, it was possible to know that the film will be called Shout it Loud, the same as the song included in his album Destroyer, published in 1976.
“We are starting it now. We have already sold it. It’s done… So that’s moving forward. And it will come very soon,” she mentioned.
The film will be directed by filmmaker Joachim Ronning, recognized for his work on titles such as Pirates of the Caribbean and Maleficent. Likewise, he was able to anticipate that the biopic will focus on the early years of the American group.
An exact date for this film to hit the small screens has not yet been defined. It was only possible to know that it will be at some point in 2024 when Gene and company invade the Netflix catalog.
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