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Metallica drummer Lars Ulrich is at the Cannes Film Festival in France, where he has done a couple of video interviews to talk about the band's movie, Metallica Through The Never, which is due for release this fall. Ulrich is at the festival to help sell the film to international distributors. We asked Metallica frontman James Hetfield about Ulrich's trip to Cannes as well as the status of the movie itself: "Lars is there right now, and he's the biggest of all movie buffs in this group here for sure, so he's representing us over there right now. Film is not done; we're extremely close. There's editing, sounds, mixing, things like that that have to happen. It's pretty complex."
It is not clear whether buyers at Cannes will see an unfinished version of the movie or just selected clips or scenes from the IMAX 3D release.
Metallica Through The Never will open on IMAX screens in the U.S. on September 27th, with a wider release following on October 4th.
The movie stars Dane DeHaan has a member of the band's road crew who is sent on a mysterious mission while the group headlines a concert at an arena. The film is said to mix a conventional storyline with concert footage.
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