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Foo Fighters have already spent decades conquering the rock world, and now they're dipping their toes into the land of cinema. Next year, Dave Grohl and the gang will star in their very own horror-comedy flick, Studio 666, which involves the band moving into a haunted mansion to record their new album, only to be met with all types of supernatural forces. The movie was announced back in early November and it hits theaters in February 2022, but today (December 3rd) we finally have an idea of what it will look like thanks to an action-packed teaser trailer.
The 45-second sneak peek begins with dramatic shots of the band loading into a creepy old house and laying down some instrumentals, but things get freaky when Grohl presses "record" on the mixing board and his eyes turn jet-black. From there, we see the band encountering various ghastly spirits that all have a humorously low-budget, tongue-in-cheek charm. It looks like a riot. Check out the teaser above via YouTube.
In addition to the six Foos, the cast of the BJ McDonnell-directed flick also includes Whitney Cummings, Leslie Grossman, Will Forte, Jenna Ortega and Jeff Garlin. The film is set to hit theaters on February 25th, and we'll likely receive a more fleshed-out trailer before then. Slay tuned.