METALLICA Concert Filmed For Upcoming Movie

According to the latest tour report on MetOnTour.com, METALLICA's show in Salt Lake City Monday night (Nov. 22) was filmed by a film crew for an upcoming movie still in production. The report is as follows:

"METALLICA in a movie? Well, according to James before starting 'Sad But True' here at the E Center in Salt Lake City, he told everyone in the crowd to smile, as they might have a small part in an upcoming movie, that they were shooting at the show. Please note that this is not a METALLICA movie (they already have 'Some Kind of Monster'), but they might make a quick cameo in some movie. James mentioned that the movie is called 'The Darwin Awards' (working title only!). When we get more info, you will get more info, for now, this is what James told us....

"The film, starring David Arquette, Joseph Fiennes and Winona Ryder is a comedy about a forensic detective (Fiennes) and an insurance claims investigator (Ryder) trek to investigate a potential Darwin Award winner (an Internet honor given to people who die or maim themselves in ridiculous ways)."

(Thanks: The 4 Horsemen)

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