GENE SIMMONS: New Projects Galore

KISS bassist/vocalist Gene Simmons has posted the following message on his web site:

A few days ago, Barry Levine and World Wrestling Federation's Stone Cold Steve Austin came over to pitch me a new reality television show...that would feature Stone Cold and his roommate Diamond Dallas Page....More news to follow.

"Levine, it should be noted, is the famed KISS fotog, who first started with the band in the Seventies, went on to do the '96 Reunion 'Detroit Rock City' at New Line at Dark Horse on their comics and movie properties...and is developing a few television and movie projects with me.

"Adam Rifkin (dir/ 'Detroit Rock City') and Chris Kobin came by to talk to me about a television project. More news to follow.

"Yesterday, spent the day meeting with our NG-TV (No Good Television) investors...doing British television and radio interviews and saying hello to Tommy Thayer, who dropped by with a friend to pick up his copy of 'Speaking In Tongues' DVD.

"And then, went to see 'Hero' (with Jet Lee)...filmed in China with English sub-titles. If you're tired of American styled movie making, check this masterpiece out. The script has a different pace than we're used to, but the art direction, cinematography, special effects and direction has to be seen to be believed."


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