Henry Rollins to star in horror-thriller He Never Died

Rock star, author, activist and actor Henry Rollins will be toplining a new horror-thriller coming our way from director Jason Krawczyk, and we've got the deets for you below.

Best known as the frontman for seminal punk band Black Flag, Rollins is starring in indie horror-thiller HE NEVER DIED, which 108 Media is selling international markets at the American Film Market, according to Variety. Shooting starts Nov. 13 in Toronto. While there aren't many details as far as the plot goes, we do know that Rollins will be playing the lead role of Jack, described as a man...

...who has prolonged life by buying stolen blood, until his criminal past come back to haunt him.

Sounds kinda vampiric, doesn't it? Can't wait to read a longer synopsis for this one.

“Grand Theft Auto 5” star Steven Ogg has come onboard to co-star with Rollins.

Director Jason Krawczyk wrote the script with Rollins in mind for the lead, sharing...

“He is the central cerebral reference for the role of Jack and the embodiment of the character."

Rollins read the role a year ago and met Krawczyk and producer Zach Hagen of Alternate Ending Studio and “basically begged” for the opportunity to be involved, he said.

Independent producer Adam J. Shully and 108 Media boarded the project as a financing partner and sales company during Toronto. More on this one as we hear it.

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Source: Variety



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