Foo Fighters released a trailer for their first-ever upcoming comedy-horror film Studio 666.
In the movie, which premieres next month, the rock ‘n’ roll legends settle into a Los Angeles mansion to work on their 10th studio album. What they eventually learn about the abode is that they’re not alone. Supernatural forces are in attendance, leaving the album and band’s lives at stake. Coincidentally, Foo Fighters secretly shot this in the home they stayed in to record their last record. A house the band claims was actually haunted. (Yes, in real life).
The trailer follows a teaser Foo Fighters released back in December 2021. Check out both below.
STUDIO 666 SNEAK PEEK
Studio 666 (Official Trailer)
“We wanted to recapture the classic magic that all of our favorite rock and roll movies had, but with a twist: hilarious gore that fucking ROCKS,” said frontman Dave Grohl in a press release. Some of their co-stars in the upcoming film include Whitney Cummings, Leslie Grossman from American Horror Story and Jenna Ortega from YOU.
Studio 666 hits theaters on February 25.