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Metallica 3D movie update 

added: 16 Jan 2013 // by: VVN Music 

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Last year, Metallica announced that they would be putting out a 3D concert film and the footage was shot in August during shows in Vancouver. Since that time, little has been said about the movie.

On Tuesday, the band updated their website with a report on where production stood and the title of the film, Metallica Through the Never.

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January 15, 2013

We're back with an update on that little project we told you about last year. the Metallica 3D movie filmed in Vancouver in August of 2012. Some of you were kind enough to be a huge part of our three nights of filming and may be wondering just what the heck has been happening since then. Throughout the Fall and first part of this year, we've been working with director Nimród Antal and a team of editors to pull all the pieces together and so we are beyond excited to now actually have a release date and a title. drum-roll please, 'Metallica Through The Never' coming to theatres on August 9!

We're also proud to announce that we will be teaming up with independent film marketing and distribution company Picturehouse to help us spread the love in theatres. Like your friends in 'Tallica, Picturehouse is truly independent, take big chances and often think outside of the box. Founder Bob Berney has overseen the releases of two of the most successful independent films ever, 'My Big Fat Greek Wedding' and 'The Passion of the Christ,' while under his leadership Picturehouse acquired and released such acclaimed features as 'Pan's Labyrinth' (winner of three Academy Awards and 'La Vie en Rose' (winner of two Academy Awards, including best actress for Marion Cotillard) as well as many other cutting edge, critically acclaimed and award winning films.

It goes without saying that we are really just getting rolling here and will have many more updates for you. And of course, we can't wait for you to see the film!!

In fact, the film will be the first to be released by Picturehouse since they reopened their doors. In a separate press release, the company delved deeper into the film, showing that it is more than a straight concert film.

Picturehouse's first new release will be Metallica Through The Never a feature film starring members of the iconic rock band and Dane DeHaan (Chronicle, The Amazing Spider-Man 2). DeHaan plays a young band crew member who is sent out on an urgent mission while the band is playing a rousing live set in front of a sold-out crowd and unexpectedly finds his world turned completely upside down. The film, written and directed by Nimród Antal (Kontroll, Predators), is due in theaters August 9. One of the bestselling rock acts of all time, Metallica has sold over 105 million albums worldwide.

'Nim and the band have made a film that really captures the spirit of Metallica and their millions of loyal fans,' said Mr. Berney. 'It's an entertaining genre film with a concert inside it, a fun ride featuring an exciting young actor, Dane DeHaan. It's a very cool project to reboot Picturehouse with.'

Added Metallica drummer and founding member Lars Ulrich: 'Metallica's way of doing things is to jump into unexplored creative endeavors with no safety net whatsoever. Putting this movie together for the last couple of years has been a pretty wild ride, and we've definitely done our share of flying without a net! Bringing Bob and Jeanne and the new Picturehouse team in at this point provides us with a much needed level of security for the distribution of the film. Their spirit of independence and desire to work outside the box is something we can relate to in every way, and this makes them both a welcome addition and a natural fit in the Metallica family.'

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