KISS is the subject of an upcoming Netflix biopic. The film has seemingly been in the works for years. However, manager Doc McGhee says the release is set for next year.
McGhee shared in an appearance on The Rock Experience with Mike Brunn, “We’re just starting it now. We’ve already sold it … So that’s moving along, and that’ll come in ’24.”
Word of a KISS biopic first surfaced in February 2020 with McGhee saying at the time, “We have a documentary that we’re doing right now, and we’re in the middle of working on a KISS biopic.” At that time, McGhee had the biopic set for July 2021. It likely can be presumed the coronavirus pandemic put a wrench in plans.
News of the biopic, now dubbed Shout It Out Loud, landing at Netflix was announced in April 2021 by Deadline. The outlet noted then the film would highlight the early days of KISS with a focus on the friendship of Gene Simmons and Paul Stanley.