HBO will make a documentary about the life of the rock group Eagles of Death Metal after the terrorist attack at the Paris concert hall “Bataclan” in November of last year, which at the time were the musicians. It is reported by Rolling Stone.

The film will be Colin Hanks. The film also will feature musicians from the band U2. According to the newspaper, the film will premiere in the US in February 2017.

A series of terrorist attacks in Paris and its suburbs took place on 13 November 2015. Three groups of terrorists organized the explosions near the stadium “Stade de France” in Saint-Denis, shooting several restaurants, and broke into a concert hall, where he performed with the band Eagles of Death Metal, and opened indiscriminate fire. Among the dead in the “Bataclan” was the Manager of Eagles of Death Metal, Nick Alexander. The musicians were not injured. In total the victims were 130 people, more than 350 were wounded.

A few days after the attack, musicians, Eagles of Death Metal saidthat suspend concert activity, being unable to come to terms with what happened in France. Only in February 2016 rockers in Stockholm gave its first concert after the attack.

HBO will make a movie about the life of the band Eagles of Death Metal after the terrorist attacks in Paris 03.11.2016

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