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- 23 Mar 23
Set for release in 2024 after the band finishes their End of the Road World Tour, the biopic Shout It Out Loud will cover Kiss's formative years.
American shock rock band Kiss, following this year's close of their End of the Road World Tour are getting their own biopic.
Set for release next year in 2024, Shout It Out Loud will be directed by Joachim Rønning and will follow the band's defining years from 1971 to 1975. It shares a name with the 1976 album Destroyer track.
While the band's current members include Paul Stanley, Gene Simmons, Tommy Thayer, and Eric Singer it's gone through a few changes over the years. When Kiss started out, Ace Frehley was the lead singer and Peter Criss played the drums.
Kiss's manager, Doc McGhee, disclosed that "we're just starting it now."
"We've already sold it. It's already done...So that's moving along. And that'll come in '24."
At the moment, there is no confirmed cast - although Stanley has confirmed that they're looking for younger actors in their 20s. He plans to be involved with the casting process.
The biopic will be a part of a series of projects to compensate for Kiss's waning appearances after they finish up their farewell tour, which began in January 2019. Kiss is about to start the tour's 11th leg, which will take the rock band through South America. With a single date in May, they'll then play their 12th leg of the tour through Europe and the UK starting in June.
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The final leg will take them through North America one last time before ending in Madison Square Garden on December 2nd.
In a statement, Kiss commented on the sentimentality of their final performance location.
“Kiss was born in New York City. On 23rd Street. Half a century ago. It will be a privilege and honor to finish touring at Madison Square Garden, 10 blocks and 50 years from where we first started.”
Check out Kiss's European tour dates here:
June 3 - Argyle Stadium - Plymouth, England
June 5 - Resorts World Arena - Birmingham, England
June 6 - Utilita Arena - Newcastle upon Tyne, England
June 10 - 02 Arena - Prague, Czech Republic
June 12 - Ziggo Dome - Amsterdam, Netherlands
June 13 - Palais 12 - Brussels, Belgium
June 15 - Hellfest 2023 - Clisson, France
June 17 - Königsplatz - Munich, Germany
June 19 - Tauron Arena - Kraków, Poland
June 21 - Messehalle - Dresden, Germany
June 22 - Max-Schmeling-Halle - Berlin, Germany
June 25 - Rock Imperium Festival - Cartagena, Spain
June 27 - Halle Tony Garneir - Lyon, France
June 29 - Lucca Festival - Lucca, Italy
July 1 - SAP Arena - Mannheim, Germany
July 2 - Lanxess Arena - Cologne, Germany
July 5 - The O2 Arena - London, England
July 7 - AO Arena - Manchester, England
July 8 - OVO Hydro - Glasgow, Scotland
July 12 - Dalhalla Amphitheatre - Rättvik, Sweden
July 13 - Dalhalla Amphitheatre - Rättvik, Sweden
July 15 - Kaldnes Vest - Tønsberg, Norway
Find tickets for Kiss' End of the Road World Tour, here:
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