GENE SIMMONS Featured In 'The Amazing Story Of Superman' Documentary

May 8, 2006

According to a review featured at movie news site Ain't It Cool News, KISS bassist/vocalist Gene Simmons makes an appearance in the upcoming documentary "Look, Up in the Sky: The Amazing Story of Superman". Gene is featured as a "musician/comic book fan", along with appearances by Noel Niell, Jack Larson, Margot Kidder, Annette O'Toole, Dean Cain, Mark Hamill, Gail Simone, Stan Lee, Richard Donner, Ilya Salkind, Bryan Singer and John Peters. The documentary is scheduled to debut on DVD sometime in late 2006, coinciding with the DVD release of the feature film "Superman Returns".

(Thanks: C.C. Banana)

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