KISS Biopic Set for 2021 Summer Release

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Kiss manager Doc McGhee has shared that the KISS biopic will release in the summer of 2021. 

Sitting down on a recent episode of Rock Talk with Mitch Lafon, the longtime manager previewed some of Kiss' upcoming itinerary, including the KISS biopic currently in the works. 

"There's two things - we have a documentary that we're doing right now, and we're in the middle of working on a Kiss biopic. More news will come of that," McGhee revealed. "Hopefully by the time we end, we'll have a movie July of next year."

McGhee also broke the news that Mark Canton, "a great producer and really good guy," is contributing to the biopic. The band also aims to have "a company behind [the biopic] hopefully in the next week." 

If all goes as planned, the timeline of the biopic wrap will nicely alongside what Kiss has billed as their last-ever show on July 17, 2021. While venue details for this show has yet to be revealed, McGhee has mentioned that all former members of KISS have been contacted about partaking in the last showdown. 

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