'Be Cool' Flick Starring AEROSMITH Singer Coming To Theaters In March

AEROSMITH frontman Steven Tyler plays himself in "Be Cool", the hotly anticipated sequel to "Get Shorty", directed by F. Gary Gray. The flick features Uma Thurman and John Travolta, along with Christina Milian, Cedric the Entertainer, Harvey Keitel, Danny DeVito, Vince Vaughn, and Andre Benjamin (better known as OUTKAST's Andre 3000).

Fans at the AEROSMITH concert at the Tweeter Center in Boston on June 24, 2004, got in on the filming of "Be Cool" when Christina Milian sang "Cryin'" live on stage with the band. Guitarist Joe Perry also reportedly makes a cameo appearance in the movie.

"Be Cool" is scheduled to receive a theatrical release on March 4. More information is available on the official "Be Cool" web site.

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