KISS - Video Interview With Detroit Rock City Movie Screenwriter Carl V. Dupré Available
February 27, 2014, 2 years ago
In the clip below, screenwriter Carl V. Dupré joins rock journalist Mitch Lafon to discuss his role in the making of KISS' 1999 movie, Detroit Rock City. In this half hour chat recorded on February 27th, Dupré discusses the movie project's inception, writing the script, how the project got green lit, script changes, working on the set with KISS, director Adam Rifkin and producers Gene Simmons and Barry Levine. He also discusses the life and times of Ace Frehley movie, the heroic post-apocalyptic KISS movie and other planned KISS movie projects.
On February 14th, KISS performed live at the Mending Kids All-Star Benefit Concert at The House Of Blues in Los Angeles, CA. Their six-song set, which consisted of: 'Deuce', 'C'mon And Love Me', 'Cold Gin', 'Got To Choose', 'Let Me Go Rock And Roll' and 'Rock And Roll All Night' can be seen below: