Guns N’ Roses guitarist Slash has revealed that he approached actor Patrick Wilson about his love of horror films.
The rock and roll legend, who recently worked on the soundtrack for new horror film The Breach, told NME that he met Wilson at a Guns N’ Roses concert and they hit it off immediately because of their mutual understanding of work the Society. another.
Then, Slash expressed his excitement about Insidious: The Red Door, the upcoming horror sequel in which Wilson reprises his role as Josh Lambert.
“Oh, I know Patrick Wilson, I met him after the first Insidious,” said the guitarist. “He came to the Guns N’ Roses concert because he’s a fan.
“We met there and I, like a fanboy, got his phone number and now I’m calling him all the time. I actually didn’t know there was a new one until I saw the ad in a trailer. I’m excited.”
The synopsis for The Red Door reads: “Josh Lambert heads east to drop his son, Dalton, off at college. However, Dalton’s college dream soon becomes a living nightmare as demons repress him from his previous return.
Rose Bryne reprises her role as Renai Lambert, starring Ty Simpkins, Hiam Abass, Andrew Astor, Julianna Davies and Sinclair Daniel. Joseph Bishara also returns as Lipstick Demon.
In another part of the interview, Slash revealed that he is working on a new horror series for television.
“I’m on tour with Guns N’ Roses until October, then in January I’m out with my other band The Conspirators. I don’t want to give too much away, but I’m doing a TV series very exciting too. in England,” he said. “It’s an adaptation of a great book. You’ll know what it’s all about when the press release comes out.”
Insidious: The Red Door is already in theaters.