Chris Cornell biopic “Black Days” starts filming this year

LONDON, UNITED KINGDOM – JULY 13: Chris Cornell of Soundgarden performs on stage on Day 1 of Hard Rock Calling at Hyde Park on July 13, 2012 in London, United Kingdom. (Photo by Christie Goodwin/Redferns via Getty Images).

Chris Cornell was one of the great rock & roll voices of all time, as the front man for Soundgarden, Audioslave, and Temple of the Dog. He was a father, husband, musician, singer, songwriter, and so much more. His life ended too soon, May 2017 actually, when he was found dead in his hotel room after a show in Detroit. As such a beloved figure in the music industry, music fans from all over the world are excited to hear that a new biopic about Chris will begin filming in September/October of this year! It’s called Black Days, and will star Johnny Holiday who played Carl Perkins in the Johnny Cash film, Walk the Line (2005). The film will cover Chris’s life, leading up to the last days before his death. It’s being produced by LA production company AmeriFilms LLC/Road Rage Films, and if you’re an actor, you can apply to be in the movie for smaller roles such as “Road Manager,” “Musician” and others. Get the full story here from For updates and info about the movie, visit

Chris Cornell covering “Nothing Compares 2 U” by Prince: 

Soundgarden “Outshined”: 

Audioslave “I Am The Highway”:

Chris Cornell covering “Thank You” by Led Zeppelin: 




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