GODSMACK Frontman To Make Feature-Film Acting Debut In 'Army Of The Damned'

GODSMACK frontman Sully Erna make his feature-film acting debut in the upcoming Woodhaven Pictures movie "Army Of The Damned".

Directed by Tom DeNucci and photographed by cinematographer Sam Eilertsen, "Army Of The Damned" tells the story of a hit reality TV show film crew following a group of local cops in a sleepy town. Things go horribly wrong for the cops, played by Tommy Dreamer (pro wrestling legend), Thea Trinidad (TNA wrestling diva, "Self Storage", "Five Senses of Fear"), Sully Erna and Tom Paolino ("Inkubus", "Loosies", "Infected") and the camera crew played by Joey Fatone (N*SYNC, "My Big Fat Greek Wedding", "Inkubus") and Jackie Moore ("100 Ghost Street", "The Return Of Richard Speck", "Homeland", "30 Rock") when they respond to a call that brings a whole new meaning to the term "domestic disturbance." Faced with life-or-death situations, these officers are forced to throw the rule book out in order to stay alive. With the help of a reclusive hermit played by Michael Berryman ("One Flew Over The Cuckoos Nest", "The Devil's Rejects", "The Lords Of Salem") and a petty criminal played by Nick Principe ("Laid To Rest", "Laid To Rest 2", "Madison County"), The lawmen do all they can to serve, protect and avoid joining the "army of the damned."

Filming will begin in April with more big names to be announced soon. David Gere and Seth Rosenblit will join Rhode Island filmmaker Chad A. Verdi and Gino Pereira as producers on the project.

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