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Motörhead’s Lemmy Kilmister biographical movie will be made

Lemmy Kilmister biopic

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Motörhead’s Lemmy Kilmister biographical movie will be made

Legendary Motörhead singer and bassist Lemmy Kilmister will gain a biographical movie. The film about the singer that died due to cardiac insufficiency back in 2015 will be directed by Greg Olliver, who also was responsible for 2010’s documentary “Lemmy”. The movie will presented in Cannes festival by VMI Worldwide.

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Director Greg Olliver said about Lemmy Kilmister biographical movie:

“Everything you’ve heard about Lemmy is probably true… not because he was embracing rock n’ roll clichés, but because he was creating them. Marlboro Reds and Jack Daniel’s for breakfast, speed for dinner – all true.”

“But behind that steely-eyed façade of rock n’ roll was also a compelling, complicated and lion-hearted man who stayed the course and never gave up playing the music that made him happy. We’ve been carefully developing this biopic since 2013, making sure to stay true to Lemmy, Motörhead band members Phil Campbell and Mikkey Dee, and all the other folks that played important roles in Lemmy’s life. This will be a film they’ll be proud of.”

Motörhead’s manager Todd Singerman and Steffan Chirazi that will be Executive Producers talked about the movie:

“It is a story of immense cultural importance,” added Chirazi and Singerman, “If the last five years of his absence has taught us anything, it is that he was more unique than anyone could ever have known because no-one touches the quality and sheer freedom of the man. Greg is a deeply-trusted part of our circle, and we are delighted to see this film coming to fruition.”

Recently ex-Motörhead guitarist Phil Campbell talked about Lemmy’s final years:

Lemmy Kilmister new movie

“Towards the last couple of years, Lem wasn’t quite himself. He just wanted to carry on. You could see Lemmy aging a little bit more, ’cause he was a fair amount older than the rest of us.

“But he was doing fine – he was playing fine. We just carried on. We kind of slowed it down a little bit, but it was still full-on touring compared to what other bands do. Us slowing down was just like full-on touring for many other bands.

“So we’d still go on tour for two months anywhere where they would have us… But Lem played basically like he wanted to do as long as he possibly could. But it was difficult to watch sometimes at the very end.”

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