Paul Stanley Confirms Netflix’s Bid for KISS Biopic

For a KISS movie about the band, Netflix has signed a deal with the movie company. Here’s what we know about it. There is a movie about one of the most important bands of all time called Shout It Out Loud. Netflix recently said that they have signed a deal for the movie.

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I Was Made for Loving You, Heavens on Fire, Lick It Up, and I Love It Loud are some of the classic KISS songs. They are known for their black and white face make-up, as well as their eccentric stage shows, which included pyrotechnic guitars, levitating drum, and rockets shooting.

Shout It Out!

It was on April 21 that Deadline wrote an article. That’s about the news that Netflix was close to making a deal to make a biopic of the legendary rock band KISS through a bidding war. On his Twitter account, Paul Stanley said it was true that the article was true. The leader and founding member of the band responded to it that way. The movie is called Shout It Out Loud, which is based on a song from the band’s 1976 album Destroyer. It will be directed by Norwegian filmmaker Joachim Rnning. A lot of people know him for his work on movies like Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales, Maleficent: Mistress of Evil, and Kon-Tiki. A first draft of the script will be written by Ole Sanders.

Dorothy Canton and David Hopwood of Atmosphere Entertainment are in charge of making the show. Gene Simmons and Paul Stanley, the band’s founders and lead singers, will also help make the movie. Doc McGhee, the band’s longtime manager, will also help make it. In addition to Opus 7, Courtney Solomon, David Blackman, and Jody Gerson through Universal Music Group are some of the people who have worked on the project, too. Apparently, the movie will focus on the early days of KISS when Simmons and Stanley were just two misfit kids who formed an unlikely friendship and started the band after adding guitarist Ace Frehley and drummer Peter Criss to the line-up. Another big part of the movie will be the band’s anthems that are played at concerts.

Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and KISS’s history

The band was formed in 1973. It has been going for 48 years. They have sold more than 100 million albums around the world. It have around 30 Gold and 14 Platinum-certified albums. All the Concert tickets was sold-out and a lot of hit songs. Four original members of KISS were inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2014. Gene Simmons, Paul Stanley, Ace Frehley, and Peter Criss were all inducted into the hall. This is how the band set itself apart from other “hair” bands of the 1970s: They made their own unique style, which included a signature make-up look and spiked black clothing. Along with that, their wild and shocking live shows with pyrotechnics and other stage props also helped them become one of the best rock bands ever.

Currently, the band is in the middle of their last world tour, End of the Road, which started on January 31, 2019. It was put on hold by the pandemic, but it is expected to start again this fall.