Slash rules out Guns N’ Roses biopic


Slash, the guitarist for Guns N’ Roses, has ruled out a biopic on the band. He calls the genre “fabricated, exaggerated, fucking bullshit.”

In recent years, there has been a flood of films on famous musicians such as Elton John, Freddie Mercury, and Mötley Crüe. Fans of Guns N’ Roses, on the other hand, should not anticipate a biopic on their spectacular climb to popularity in the late 1980s anytime soon. Even though their narrative is compelling enough to be adapted for the big screen.

“I just don’t see it happening shortly….” I’ve just never figured out how you’re going to get it [properly]. It’s one thing to try to find actors that resemble the members of the band. But it’s another to deal with all the theatrical portrayals of life in the music industry. Musicians’ everyday lives and all that kind of stuff,” Slash told Yahoo.

“It’s always some fabricated, exaggerated, f**king nonsense; it’s very rare to see a [rock biopic] film that feels genuine.” As a result, I don’t want to be a part of it. “I just don’t think it would be done properly,” he continued.

“I’ve seen a lot of bad [biopics], and they freak me out,” Slash ended. I think the finest ones are the ones that are virtually imaginary stories based on real people.”

According to a member of the band’s staff, Guns N’ Roses, who just played Glastonbury, are ready to release new songs. Guns N’ Roses’ production manager, Tom Mayhue, revealed the band was working on new songs ahead of their gig in Paris last week. “I know the band is going to start working on new music.” “They’ve already recorded a lot of stuff,” he claimed.

“So there will be new Guns N’ Roses music very soon,” he told French reporters. I believe they’re attempting to release a single any day now, so you may hear something very, very soon.”

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