QUEENSRŸCHE Singer To Score 'Fallen Moon' Film

Geoff Tate, lead vocalist of the legendary rock band QUEENSRŸCHE, has signed on to compose the film score for the noir-crime drama "Fallen Moon".

In addition to the score, Tate, a multi-platinum-selling, Grammy-nominated singer/songwriter, will compose several new songs for performance by characters in the film.

"Fallen Moon" is the tale of a New York City detective investigating the murder of his long-alienated daughter.

Peter Medak ("Romeo Is Bleeding", "The Krays") will direct the Do-Over Productions film from an original screenplay written by Jarrod Feliciano and Mirjana Novkovic. Feliciano, Novkovic and Valerie McCaffrey are producing, with Roger Pugliese co-producing.

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Do-Over Productions recently optioned the online serialized graphic novel "Wide Awake".

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