A KISS biopic film is reportedly releasing next year

KISS manager Doc McGhee revealed that Netflix has picked up distribution rights to the film and will release it in 2024. 


It’s a very busy time at Netflix. The mega streamer is currently working on a docu-series on David Beckham, and they recently announced a documentary about Gary Glitter. 

As reported here by NME, Netflix is apparently working on releasing a KISS biopic soon too. 

The band’s manager, Doc McGhee, revealed the news on The Rock Experience with Mike Brunn. 

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Gene Simmons, Doc McGhee and Paul Stanley (Photo by Alberto E. Rodriguez/Getty Images for T.J. Martell Foundation)

“It’s a biopic about the first four years of KISS. We’re just starting it now. We’ve already sold it, it’s already done, we have a director, McGhee [Entertainment]. That’s moving along and that’ll come in [2024].”

News of a KISS film has been circling for years, but this is the most concrete news we have had since 2021. Paul Stanley revealed back then that a script had been written, and Joachim Rønning was rumoured to be on board to direct the film titled Shout It Out Loud back then. 

McGhee didn’t specify whether this was still the film’s title or whether Rønning was the director. There is also no news on casting yet. 

KISS recently announced their final 50 shows, concluding at Madison Square Garden in December 2023. If you’re in the UK, your final chance to see the iconic band live are in June and July

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