Lamb of God’s Randy Blythe is giving Bruce Dickinson a run for his money as metal’s renaissance man. In the past year, he’s had a #2 album with his band, a book, and an art exhibit, not to mention tours with Anthrax and Slipknot. Now we can add one more slash on his resume – filmmaker. You, Me and a ’63 was written by Blythe, actor Billy Bob Thornton and photographer Rob Fenn. The plot of the film is about Fenn driving down Route 66 with Marilyn, who isn’t a girl, but his 1963 Ford Thunderbird. “This film will show my journey down Historic Route 66 that has me cross paths with many of my musical influences along the way,” Fenn’s Instagram says. There isn’t much more information out there, and we don’t know all that much about Fenn, but Thornton and Blythe should make it quite an interesting film when it happens.
This is gonna RULE. Look at those credits… #Repost @rob_fenn with @repostapp. ・・・ And so it begins… @YouMeAndA63 Today is such a special day for me! I get to officially let you know what the hell ‘You, Me And A 63’ actually is. I am making a film with the iconic Billy Bob Thornton. Sit back and let that crazy shit set in….. This film will not only star Marilyn (My 1963 Ford Thunderbird) and myself, but it will also be narrated by Billy Bob Thornton. This film will show my journey down Historic Route 66 that has me cross paths with many of my musical influences along the way. So many wonderful and talented people are involved in this film and have all been hand picked by myself. (Including the beautiful hitch hiker walking down the road outside of a little ghost town in Texas.) Another special part of this project is that it is written by Billy Bob Thornton, Randy Blythe, and myself. Imagine what will happen with those three creative minds are spewing all over a page! There is so much to talk about on this, and that’s just what I’ll be doing right here! We are doing something very special and new in film and I am extremely THANKFUL to have you be a part of it. All the best, Rob