Marilyn Manson and Ozzy Osbourne are among the musicians being considered for roles in a rock zombie movie, according to

The official web site for the film, titled "Diamond Dead", allows fans to read the scripts from the films, and director Andrew Gaty has been running his casting ideas past users of the site.

"We are finding out about David Bowie, Marilyn Manson and Ozzy Osbourne. We also discussed Gwen Stefani for Aria. I am particularly interested to hear your thoughts on Gwen."

"The script is out to Marilyn for the role of Jesus Christ. Any comments?"

"Diamond Dead" will be made by George A Romero ("Night of the Living Dead") and "Rocky Horror Show" composer Richard Hartley. Ridley and Tony Scott's Scott Free Productions will co-produce the project with Gaty.

The film features a singer who joins a rising band, only to accidentally cause their deaths. After making a pact with the devil, the band returns from the dead, and become highly successful.


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