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Are You Interested in a Kurt Cobain Documentary?

Fergie 2012/11/16 23:00:00
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It's been more than a decade since Kurt Cobain's tragic death, but Nirvana singles like "Smells Like Teen Spirit" are still radio staples, and the Nirvana fan base has continued to grow. Because of this, filmmaker Brett Morgen has decided, along with Cobain's widow Courtney Love, that the time is right for a Kurt Cobain documentary.

According to the New York Post, Morgen and Love have been discussing the project since 2007, and it will contain more than 50 hours of interviews and unreleased music. The projected release date is sometime in 2014, but what do you think about the idea? Are you interested in a Kurt Cobain documentary?

ROLLINGSTONE.COM reports:
A new documentary on Kurt Cobain from filmmaker Brett Morgen is in the works and expected to be out in 2014, the New York Post reports.
brett morgen works expected 2014 york post reports courtney lov

Read More: http://www.rollingstone.com/music/news/kurt-cobain...

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  • Rachel 2013/06/23 16:21:52
    Yes
    Rachel
    I would like to see a film that would focuses more on his past. His fame and legacy were a big part of his life, but there's already a lot of films that focus on the specific subject.
  • arabela 2013/06/18 13:46:01
    Yes
    arabela
    I would like to understand more about this really talented singer.
  • Dave 007 2013/01/20 14:53:58
    No
    Dave 007
    Nope.
  • Cypher 2012/12/07 14:46:03
    Yes
    Cypher
    I'm a Kurt Cobain fan
  • Me123 2012/11/27 23:13:32
    Yes
    Me123
    I never actually listened 2 him tht much, but i love some of his songs and he was the best...my auntie though...she's his biggest fan!! Tht's where I kno him from, so she'll b happy 2 c ths documentary! :)
  • cc 2012/11/27 20:30:25
    No
    cc
    Rest in peace Curt. May the young learn from your horrific mistakes.
  • Derbyhat 2012/11/21 04:57:16
    No
    Derbyhat
    Not interested at all, especially since my mother passed away last year at 87. She was the only one in the family who sang any of his music! My daughter loved Mom's energy and contrast to my musical tastes, like Beethoven, Wagner, Buck Owens, Jack Greene, the Bangles and Herman's Hermits and artists like Eddie Arnold, Pavorotti, Anna Netrebko, Elizabeth Swartzkoff, Bidu Sayou Andreas Bocceli and me!
  • JPS 2012/11/21 04:30:42
    Yes
    JPS
    Only if it is honest and not some kind of money-grabbing idolization.
  • SODAHEADSHEAD 2012/11/20 23:58:19
    Yes
    SODAHEADSHEAD
    +1
    uhhh...yeah sure. it certainly is waaaaay better than the rap crap that is out there. rap crap totally sux- hence, rap crap. lol!
  • Ɛ>Ninja... SODAHEA... 2012/11/26 04:26:00
    Ɛ>NinjaGirl<3
    +1
    :P That rhymed!
  • SODAHEA... Ɛ>Ninja... 2012/11/27 05:50:24
    SODAHEADSHEAD
    +1
    uhh..o dang! my bad!
  • Denise 2012/11/20 19:13:29
    Yes
    Denise
    would watch millions of times and never get bored.
  • Mark5610 2012/11/20 18:16:10
    No
    Mark5610
    He was born. He grew up, Married a whack job of a woman. He shot himself. Pretty much sums it up
  • LissFirefly 2012/11/20 07:28:59
    No
    LissFirefly
    A dude that got drugged up because he was in pain and then shot himself. I'm not seein' happy times here.
  • peterick_is_my_homeboy 2012/11/20 05:30:48
    No
    peterick_is_my_homeboy
    I can imagine what Cobain would say about a documentary being made about him.
  • Adam Dodge 2012/11/20 04:00:33
    Yes
    Adam Dodge
    +1
    My friends and I were Nirvana for a Halloween costume contest last year, and I was Kurt. Damn right, I'd like to see a documentary about him!
  • Paloma Villas Boas 2012/11/20 01:44:12
    Yes
    Paloma Villas Boas
    Of course u.ú
  • jere.chievres 2012/11/20 01:35:56
    Who?
    jere.chievres
    +1
    Hell no.
  • Dannie 2012/11/20 01:30:12
    Yes
    Dannie
    +1
    Not a big Nirvana fan but it seems he was an interesting guy.
  • Mary Dannie 2012/11/20 03:17:28
    Mary
    +1
    yes, something about him was appealing, and he seemed like he was kind-hearted, but if his family objects then no.
  • MetallKaos 2012/11/19 21:49:37
  • Adam Dodge MetallKaos 2012/11/20 04:02:20
    Adam Dodge
    +1
    Most overrated? You obviously haven't heard of Radiohead or Rage Against The Machine.
  • MetallKaos Adam Dodge 2012/11/20 07:10:13
    MetallKaos
    Well, I didn't think about them because I don't actually know anyone who likes either of those bands. As a whole though, Kurt receives a lot more praise than he is worth than any one musician I can think of.
  • Adam Dodge MetallKaos 2012/11/20 23:30:57
    Adam Dodge
    +1
    You've also got to take into account the generation variable; Nirvana ended more than fifteen years ago, yet there are still a ton of people who are discovering their music and becoming fans. Once you're dead, you obviously can't do anything more to gain fans. When the Rolling Stones release their next album (trust me, it WILL happen), people are going to buy it, just because it's a Rolling Stones album. When people are into something that can no longer adjust to modern times, THAT'S when you know it's worthy.
  • Lucy Kr... MetallKaos 2012/11/20 04:36:32
    Lucy Krueger
    +1
    Elvis Presley is the most overrated man in the history of music.
  • MetallKaos Lucy Kr... 2012/11/20 07:12:10
    MetallKaos
    While it is against my morals to argue with Batman, I would have to disagree because Elvis was around during much different times and actually changed a lot in the music industry. I don't actually think Curt did anything that I would call "revolutionary."
  • Glenda ... Lucy Kr... 2012/11/20 22:13:38
    Glenda Simpson
    Elvis was a great intertainer that the wanna be's used up. And you don't know what your talking about.
  • Muver 2012/11/19 21:10:54
    No
    Muver
    +1
    This is the kind of music that really has done nothing for America....
  • LissFir... Muver 2012/11/20 07:29:35
    LissFirefly
    +4
    And rap and Dubstep have?
  • Muver LissFir... 2012/11/21 17:09:16
    Muver
    Don't think I even came close to implying that....
  • LissFir... Muver 2012/11/22 01:40:19
    LissFirefly
    I'm just saying, at least his music has music in it, and of course his music gave us Dave Grohl, of Foo fighters!
  • Muver LissFir... 2012/11/23 05:55:41
    Muver
    Granted, there is music and then there is music....most of what is called music these days is just noise.....and of course other real talent can be found in groups...I am just not one to glorify a person who fell under the spell of drugs, and poor behavior and make it seem like it is normal or good....
  • Katie Ayers 2012/11/19 21:07:34
    Yes
    Katie Ayers
    Love love love him!
  • dzzshadz 2012/11/19 20:12:09
    Yes
    dzzshadz
    +2
    I liked his alternative style of music.
  • disclaimer 2012/11/19 19:33:36
    Yes
    disclaimer
    +4
    Documentaries about people like Cobain are always interesting. Wait a few years and one about Amy Winehouse will be coming along, too.
  • jere.ch... disclaimer 2012/11/20 01:39:41
    jere.chievres
    +1
    Barf, so two no talent drug addicts offed themselves? Good Riddance .
  • disclaimer jere.ch... 2012/11/20 04:55:49
    disclaimer
    +2
    Shut up, you're a horrible judge of talent. Kurt and Amy had insane talent, but the fame was too much for them and they turned to drugs. Sad that that's what our society does to people.
  • jere.ch... disclaimer 2012/11/20 23:04:30
    jere.chievres
    You have your opinion and I have mine deal with it.
  • Spence jere.ch... 2012/11/26 18:01:42
    Spence
    His opinion is better.
  • jere.ch... Spence 2012/11/26 18:24:48
    jere.chievres
    You have your opinion and Ihave mine deal with it.

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