Kiss wants to release movie biopic in summer 2021

Kiss wants to release its upcoming biopic in 2021. The band’s manager Doc McGhee confirms they are working on Bohemian Rhapsody-style biopic movie.

Band’s manager Doc McGhee, who has started his Kiss’s career since 1995. He’s a recent interview with Rock Talk With Mitch Lafon, and he revealed that work is already underway on the movie biopic. This biopic is making with film producer Mark Canton (e.g 300, Land of the Dead) on board. In 2019 and 2018 there are too many rock legends movies out. Also, the band’s manager Doc McGhee says that the rock legends will follow in the story of Queen, Mötley Crüe and Elton John and release their own biopic.

He is speaking in Rock Talk With Mitch Lafon, Doc McGhee said:

“Hopefully, in the next week, we’ll have a company behind it, and we’ll start finishing the script, and hopefully, by the time we end, we’ll have a movie finished for July of next year.”

Also, he added: 

“I doubt things will ever change, but shit happens all the time. But from what we believe, today, this is the end of the road. Certainly for Gene and Paul. Will there be things of Kiss – movies, Broadway shows, whatever? Everybody’s talking about ‘em. It’s not happened yet. As far as a touring base, as far as going out and doing shows, no. There’s not going to be any tours with Gene and Paul. In essence, that’s the end of the road for Gene and Paul for sure.”

However, McGhee added this:

“Is there a next generation of Superman? No, there’s just fucking Superman. There’s been six of them, [but still] it’s Superman. As long as these kids walk out there and they have that makeup and they have that attitude and they have a great fucking visual show … that’s what Kiss is. Kiss is a way of life.”

Here’s the full Doc McGhee interview below. You can also check out Kiss End Of The Road tour here.

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