Lamb of God’s Randy Blythe Co-Writes ‘You, Me and a ’63’ Movie With Billy Bob Thornton
Randy Blythe's resume keeps getting longer. The Lamb of God frontman, photographer and writer is adding screenwriter to his credits. Blythe teamed up with photographer/filmmaker Rob Fenn and actor Billy Bob Thornton to write the upcoming movie You, Me and a '63.
Fenn co-stars in the movie with his 1963 Ford Thunderbird Marilyn. He also produced and directed the film that is narrated by Thornton. Fenn gives more details in the post below.
As for Blythe, he too was quite excited about his involvement in the film. He reposted Fenn's commentary, along with his own statement saying, "This is gonna RULE. Look at those credits."
Another one of Blythe's creative endeavors is the new biannual culture and lifestyle magazine Unbuilt. He partnered with Tom Bejgrowicz and Testament / Metal Allegiance guitarist Alex Skolnick on the project.
Blythe will be busy with Lamb of God for the next couple of months. The band kicks off a tour with Clutch and Corrosion of Conformity May 3 in New Orleans. Before that they are on the bill for the Fort Rock (April 30) and Welcome To Rockville (May 1) festivals.
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