The Foo Fighters are moving from the stage to the big screen! The band will star in the upcoming horror-comedy film Studio 666 – in which the band finds themselves recording an album while “battling supernatural forces that seek to derail the record”.
Frontman Dave Grohl came up with the story himself, and the Foos shot the film over the last two years – in the same house where they recorded their most recent album Medicine At Midnight. Here’s a short teaser trailer the band just shared.
Pitchfork reports the film will star all the members of Foo Fighters along with Whitney Cummings, Will Forte, Jeff Garlin, Leslie Grossman, and Jenna Ortega.
While Grohl directed many of his documentaries, BJ McDonnell helmed Studio 666. McDonnell previously directed Slayer – The Repentless Killogy, so he brings some rock-to-horror qualifications to the table.
Studio 666 will hit theaters Feb. 25th.
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