Tuesday, September 6, 2011

God Bless Ozzy Osbourne coming to DVD

The new film, “God Bless Ozzy Osbourne,” had a short run in theatres last month but is now on its way into your homes on DVD.

Eagle Rock Entertainment has set a November 15 release date for the DVD and Blu-ray editions of the feature-length documentary about the life of the legendary heavy metal singer, co-produced by Ozzy's son, Jack Osbourne.

The movie – which debuted earlier this year at New York’s Tribeca Film Festival - is packed with never-before-seen Black Sabbath footage and recent solo tour clips. Fellow musicians such as Paul McCartney, Tommy Lee and others will also share stories, while an exclusive interview with the Osbourne family explains why bringing Ozzy's storied history to life — through the eyes of his son Jack — was the perfect motivation to capture the story of one of music’s greatest icons on film.

Ozzy recently wrapped up his “Scream” tour and is now rumored to be working behind closed doors with Black Sabbath on a possible new album and tour for 2012.

Black Black Sabbath

Black Sabbath – N.I.B.
Olympia Theater – Paris, FR – December 20, 1970

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