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first_imgThe latest tribute to the late Lemmy Kilmister will reportedly be a biopic focusing on the early life of the Motörhead frontman and bassist who died in December 2015 at the age of 70.According to a report shared by The Hollywood Reporter on Tuesday, the film project currently titled, Lemmy, will be directed by Greg Olliver, who was also behind the 2010 documentary of the same name. The new, scripted film will highlight Kilmister’s pre-Motörhead life growing up in post-war England, his first experiences in the industry while working as a roadie for Jimi Hendrix, and his time as a member of psychedelic rock outfit Hawkwind. Casting details for the film have yet to be revealed.Related: Dave Grohl, Slash, And More Pay Tribute To Fallen Rock Icon Lemmy [Watch]“Everything you’ve heard about Lemmy is probably true,” Olliver told The Hollywood Reporter of the forthcoming project. “Marlboro Reds and Jack Daniel’s for breakfast, speed for dinner — all true. But behind that steely-eyed façade of rock ‘n’ roll was also a compelling, complicated and lion-hearted man who stayed the course and never gave up playing the music that made him happy. We’ve been carefully developing this biopic since 2013, making sure to stay true to Lemmy, Motörhead band members Phil Campbell and Mikkey Dee, and all the other folks that played important roles in Lemmy’s life. This will be a film they’ll be proud of.”With all of the entertainment industry from live events to film and television, production for the film won’t begin until early next year.Back in 2016, Motörhead fans petitioned for Coca-Cola to rename the classic ‘Jack And Coke’ cocktail as a “Lemmy.”[H/T The Hollywood Reporter]last_img read more

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first_img Matt Loede has been a part of the Cleveland Sports Media for over 21 years, with experience covering Major League Baseball, National Basketball Association, the National Football League and even high school and college events. He has been a part of the Cleveland Indians coverage since the opening of Jacobs/Progressive Field in 1994, and spent two and a half years covering the team for 92.3 The Fan, and covers them daily for Associated Press Radio. You can follow Matt on Twitter HERE. CLEVELAND – Despite not getting any help from the his defense on Monday night, it was another night of subpar pitching for Indians ace Corey Kluber, leading to more speculation about if the two-time Cy Young award winner is less than 100 percent.Kluber lasted just four innings against the Pirates, who beat him up for seven runs (three earned) on nine hits, and he recorded just two strikeouts.The Tribe’s number one pitcher had an injection in his knee over the All-Star break, as well as 11 days off, but said that neither of that hurt him despite having another rough outing.“That wasn’t the issue at all,” Kluber said about the knee. “I just have to get my delivery to where I can make good pitches consistently, my knee was fine, didn’t have any issues.”He threw a total of 72 pitches, and many Indians fans wondered why he came back out to pitch following a 27-minute rain delay to throw the fourth inning with the team already down 4-0.“It was basically just a one inning off,” Tribe manager Terry Francona said about Kluber coming back out after the second delay.“You got to start thinking about getting through a game, and if you take him out after the third, you’re going to make a roster move.” The fourth inning was another disaster, as the Pirates pounded him for three more runs to put up a 7-0 lead.“I’ve just got to figure out what I need to do to reign it back in and get it to where I want to be,” Kluber said after the loss. “I feel like I wasn’t in a good spot before hand, and just have to work through it and get it back to where I want to be.”The last seven outings for Kluber have been underwhelming and very ‘unKluber’ like to say the least. In those games he’s going 2-4, and his ERA in his last seven starts is now at 5.13 following his latest setback.In those six outings he’s allowed 22 earned runs in 38 innings, allowing 40 hits, eight walks, and 31 strikeouts. Another alarming number is the fact he’s allowed eight homers in the last six times on the hill.“I think he had a point there where he had a little trouble staying over the rubber like we talked about,” Francona said of Kluber’s issues. “That’s why we gave him the injection.“He’s probably the one guy, but I don’t know if you could go the whole year at that level, and not have a hiccup or two. I’m not sure that’s realistic, he makes it look that way.”Kluber says he feels good, the team says he feels good, but the results right now are clearly not where he or the team want them to be. Matt Loedecenter_img Related TopicsCorey KluberIndiansTerry Franconalast_img read more

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first_imgWright told STV:”It’s been a good week for us, the point against Aberdeen was a good point and a great win against Hearts in the cup and then to go away to Motherwell, another side that’s been in the top six last season and get a win is very pleasing.“On paper, all the games were difficult games and they proved that, we’re pleased to get four points and be in the next round of the cup, an excellent week for us.”Danny Swanson has been a standout for Saints with six goals so far this term and Wright has been thrilled with the midfielder’s contribution.He added: “Danny’s playing right at the top of his game at the minute, he looks really fit and we’re happy with how he’s performed but he’ll be the first to admit that the whole team’s performed well. St Johnstone manager Tommy Wright insists he won’t let his team get carried away by their 12-match unbeaten run as they prepare to take on champions Celtic.The reigning title holders visit McDiarmid Park on Saturday with the Perth men showing no signs of letting up their fine early season form, a sequence of results which stretches back to April.St Johnstone have scored 14 goals in the League Cup, finishing top of their group before going on to dump Hearts out of the competition with a 3-2 win in the second round.Saints have continued that form into the league with an opening day 0-0 draw with Aberdeen before coming from behind to beat Motherwell 2-1 ahead of their meeting with Brendan Rodgers’ men. “We passed the ball really well on Saturday and that enabled him to get loads of the ball in the right areas of the pitch, so I’m pleased with Danny but overall really pleased with the team.”Wright added: “We’re always looking to the next game and the next game’s the most important one, but I do think it proves how good a side we can be with the unbeaten run, especially when you look at the last five games of last year, they were all against the top six. “We’re on a good run but we’re not going to get carried away, it’s early days yet and we’ll just take each game as it comes.”last_img read more

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