As the local heroes in Metallica shred ever so gracefully into middle age and continued sobriety, it seems they want to keep on trying new things … like acting.
It’s “a Metallica show and a story that unfolds in a parallel universe — and at some point they intertwine,” he said.
Talking to Classic Rock magazine, Ulrich compares the film to “The Song Remains The Same,” because “There are four members of Led Zeppelin, four members in Metallica, it’s a full-length movie and there’s a film that does not take place onstage.”
“Help!” And by that we mean the Beatles movie, of course.
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