BRUCE DICKINSON Talks 'Chemical Wedding' Movie; Video Available
According to ShockTillYouDrop.com, IRON MAIDEN singer Bruce Dickinson and the crew of "Chemical Wedding" — the supernatural horror-thriller written by Dickinson and longtime "Monty Python" editor Julian Doyle, who also directed the film — are featured in a behind-the-scene video talking about the horror film hitting the UK on DVD September 8. Watch the clip below.
Dickinson was in Cannes in May to show off "Chemical Wedding". The singer, a registered commercial airline pilot, flew himself to the south of France, along with a bunch of journalists and fans.
Watch video footage of Dickinson in Cannes promoting the "Chemical Wedding" movie courtesy of BBC News.
Dickinson is not the first rocker to be inspired by Crowley, who died in 1947. LED ZEPPELIN guitarist Jimmy Page was a big collector of Crowley's writings and even bought his Scottish estate. OZZY OSBOURNE, meanwhile, eulogized him in the song "Mr. Crowley".
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