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    Thu, 13 Mar 2008 16:28:38

    Iron Maiden Frontman Co-writes Horror Film - Fear of the dark

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    • Iron Maiden - CARRINGTON, ENGLAND - FEBRUARY 28: Bruce Dickinson, the lead singer of the band Iron Maiden, sits at the controls on the flight deck of the helium-filled Airlander aircraft in a giant airship shed on February 28, 2014 in Cardington, England. The Airlander, which was originally developed for the US military before the project was cancelled due to budget cuts, is the world's longest aircraft at 92 meters. Although slow moving compared to conventional aircraft, the Airlander is able to carry large payloads over long distances very efficiently. Hybrid Air Vehicles' project to develop the technology further is being funded by a government grant as well as private finance from individuals including Bruce Dickinson, the lead singer of the band Iron Maiden.
    • Iron Maiden - CARDINGTON, ENGLAND - FEBRUARY 28: Bruce Dickinson (R), the lead singer of the band Iron Maiden, sits at the controls on the flight deck of the helium-filled Airlander aircraft in a giant airship shed on February 28, 2014 in Cardington, England. The Airlander, which was originally developed for the US military before the project was cancelled due to budget cuts, is the world's longest aircraft at 92 meters. Although slow moving compared to conventional aircraft, the Airlander is able to carry large payloads over long distances very efficiently. Hybrid Air Vehicles' project to develop the technology further is being funded by a government grant as well as private finance from individuals including Bruce Dickinson, the lead singer of the band Iron Maiden.
    • Iron Maiden - CARRINGTON, ENGLAND - FEBRUARY 28: Mike Durham, the Technical Director at Hybrid Air Vehicles, admires the helium-filled 'Airlander' aircraft in a giant airship shed on February 28, 2014 in Cardington, England. The Airlander, which was originally developed for the US military before the project was cancelled due to budget cuts, is the world's longest aircraft at 92 meters. Although slow moving compared to conventional aircraft, the Airlander is able to carry large payloads over long distances very efficiently. Hybrid Air Vehicles' project to develop the technology further is being funded by a Government grant as well as private finance from individuals including Bruce Dickinson, the lead singer of the band Iron Maiden.

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    In addition to flying jets, selling out arenas and writing classical metal records with Iron Maiden, singer Bruce Dickinso n has also written a horror movie. The film, entitled Chemical Wedding is set to debut at the Cannes Film Festival. Dickinson is even planning on flying guests to the fest in Maiden's Boeing 757.

    The movie was directed and co-written by Julian Doyle, and Simon Callow stars as a reincarnation of famed occultist Aleister Crowley.

    It will premiere at Cannes on May 17.

    —The ARTISTdirect Staff
    03.13.08



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