Metallica The official trailer for Metallica’s 3D concert film, Metallica Through the Never, can be viewed below.

Directed by Hungarian director Nimr√≥d Antal, the film was said to blends concert footage from three shows filmed in Vancouver last August with a narrative arc featuring the actor Dane DeHaan playing a fictional member of the band’s road crew.

Metallica Through the Never will be released exclusively in IMAX on September 27th before opening in theaters everywhere on October 4th.

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  1. Wow…this movie/concert/musical? needs some explanation. Remember in the ’90s when Kiss did that Detriot Rock City movie? This trailer reminds me of that cheese. Oh Metallica, why? I hope I am wrong, but doesn’t the teaser for this seem like it should be a product of the forgettable ’96-’03 era???

  2. Here’s hoping the movie is absolutely incredible. That’d make up for the disappointment at having to wait (and wait and wait) for new music. Though I guess it’s a different approach to stretching creatively than the “hiatus” that other bands (e.g. Disturbed) go for.

  3. Honestly, it looks amazing. I can’t wait to see this in 3D. I’ve heard the show that was filmed for this. I’m really curious how they put the show together with what’s going on with that kid.

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