May 30, 2005 04:10:47 GMT
Involving in music production is not the only thing for The Killers who have just uttered their idea of a mini thriller
As world goes round that's how The Killers are moving forward with their plans to produce a 25-minute movie focused around a murder trilogy. Explaining of what they call as thriller, the band's drummer Ronnie Vannucci describes "We want to make a movie, not so much a music video, based on three songs to be played on MTV."
Based on that willingness, the mini film will feature "Midnight Show" and "Jenny Was a Friend of Mine," both from The Killers' platinum Island debut "Hot Fuss." Moreover, the film will also feature the band's unreleased song "Leave the Bourbon on the Shelf."
As for the player, the Las Vegas-based band prefers to not using the already famous, including they themselves, rather they will use the established actors. Thus, the project, which actually meant to bridge the gap for fans before the Killers' sophomore album tentatively outs next spring, is hoped to be finished later this year.