[Photo by: Netflix, Alex Morgan]
Who’d have ever guessed that Cannibal Corpse would go “Big Willie Style“? One of the veteran death metal band’s signature tunes has ended up in Will Smith‘s new Netflix movie, Bright. Check out the video below.
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Bright, which just premiered on Netflix Dec. 22, stars Smith as a policeman teamed up with the world’s first Orc officer—an Orc, as in a mythical creature stemming from J.R.R. Tolkien‘s fantasy writings like The Lord Of The Rings. As astute viewers have noticed, one early scene features the Orc throwing on some early Cannibal Corpse tuneage.
“We will not be listening to no Orkish music,” Smith says in the clip, in character as Los Angeles Police Department officer Daryl Ward, as pointed out by Theprp.com. “That is one
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One of the biggest moments in Cannibal Corpse’s illustrious career was when they showed up in Jim Carrey’s breakthrough hit, Ace Ventura. It was a big moment and the band claim that not a day goes by where a fan tells them they discovered the death metal greats through the wacky comedy. Despite previous reports to the contrary, Jim Carrey was a big fan of the band’s and personally requested that they perform “Hammer Smashed Face” during their big scene in the movie.care
If you’ve never seen the movie, here’s the scene:
Recently, Metal Injection reader, Florida guitarist and metal lifer Mark Douglas reached out to us and told us that he was actually there on set the day of the infamous shoot at the Cameo Theater in Miami, Florida. Douglas ended up being an extra in the movie. Douglas noted he tagged along with Corpse guitarist
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