THOR will be starring in and writing and recording music for the new movie, "GraveYard", according to the singer's official web site. The movie, which will start shooting later this month, will be directed by Ed Brisson and will feature THOR as the boss of a haunted hotel. A new single, "Walking in a Graveyard", will be recorded in Los Angeles with a new video being shot in Vancouver. A new special vinyl album is expected to be released along with the movie.In other news, look out for an upcoming THOR documentary, "Thunder On The Tundra". "Ryan Wise and his crew Al, Nick from Blue Lame 61 Productions followed THOR on his recent tour through North America for the upcoming documentary, 'Thunder On The Tundra'," reads a message on THOR's web site. "Some amazing filming took place and interviews with many great people, including Cherry Bomb and other important folks from THOR's past. No release date has been set yet, but we'll keep you posted."
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