Dave Grohl Reveals His Possible Next Career Move

08-25-2017
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Foo Fighters

(Gibson) Fresh off his experience directing his daughters in the latest Foo Fighters video, "The Sky is a Neighborhood," Dave Grohl says he has grander cinematic goals in mind for the future.

"Last year, I was approached to make a feature film and I was a little hesitant at first, and then I got into it," he said recently, speaking with Rolling Stone. "I started working on production and getting into casting with these big names. And at first, I wasn't sure if I would be able to do it. And once my heart clicked, I just dive head first into whatever it is. And I really got into the script and visualizing this story, but I didn't have time to do it. "

Grohl declined to reveal the identity of those "big names." He did, however, say it's just a matter of time before filmmaking becomes a full-throttle endeavor. "Someday, I'm going to wind up doing it," he said. "But the Foo Fighters always get in the way. [Laughs] I can see myself doing more and more of it as the years come. That film's still in rewrites and once we get the rewrite happening, I'm sure that the casting will kick in and pull our teams together. But I like my day job. I really enjoy my day job." Read more here.

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