Dane HeHaan stars in the somewhat silly titled "Metallica Through The Never" (what does that mean? Did J.J. Abrams take 'Into The Darkness'?) that will also feature members of the band in the story that follows a young crew member who is sent out on an urgent mission while the band is playing a rousing live set in front of a sold-out crowd and unexpectedly finds his world turned completely upside down. Cue: "Nothing Else Matters." And while it was reported earlier that the movie would be in 3D, that doesn't appear to have happened.
That's probably because the picture is being released through former Apparition and FilmDistrict honcho Bob Berney's newly relaunched Picturehouse. The company will still release the movie into theaters (probably limited), but they've inked a deal with Netflix who will exclusively be home to the movie following its brief spell at the multiplex. And 3D doesn't work on your computer -- yet.
So if you're ready to rock out with your Bic lighter, you can check out "Metallica Through The Never" on August 9th in a theater near you.