ZAKK WYLDE In 'Bones' Movie; Trailer Available

A trailer for the upcoming movie "Bones", which will feature an appearance by guitarist Zakk Wylde (BLACK LABEL SOCIETY, OZZY OSBOURNE), can be viewed below. (Note: Contrary to previous reports, Wylde will *NOT* appear in the "Bones" drama television that airs on the Fox network.)

Written and directed by Frank Pestarino, "Bones" stars James "Jimmy" Bennett, the American child actor who is perhaps best known for his roles in the films "Star Trek", "Daddy Day Care", "Hostage", "Firewall", "Poseidon" and "Evan Almighty". Zakk plays the role of Jed in the movie, which is described as a "heartbreaking coming-of-age story of four teens growing up in 1989 blue-collar New York, and the bond that would tie them together for life." A 2010 release is expected.

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