Documentary maker BruceSinofsky is following up Metallica: Some Kind Of Monster, which he made with Joe Berliner, with a film aboutthe infamous heavy metal musician Tommy Lee.
The as-yet-untitled projectis scheduled to begin shooting this spring. Lee's manager and Sanctuary MusicArtists Management chief executive officer Carl Stubner is serving as executiveproducer alongside The Karacter Group chief executive officer Jenna Barnes, JonKamen and Frank Scherma of Radical Media.
"In the rock world there arefew figures as colourful as Tommy Lee, and not just because of his tattoos,"Sinofsky said. "This project seeks a candid glimpse behind the celebrity andtabloid personality into who Tommy really is, watching him interact withfamily, friends and business associates.
"It will be unlike anythingthe public has seen to date, helping to make a compelling figure even more so."
"I'm honoured that Bruce isturning his cameras loose on me," Lee added. "This is as honest as it gets -love it or leave it!"
Lee recently reunited withhis bandmates in the hugely successful US outfit Motley Crue. He has released asolo album and his 2004 memoir Tommyland was a New York Times bestseller.
Sinofsky has won numerousawards for his work, which includes the 1996 documentary Paradise Lost: TheChild Murders At Robin Hood Hills,and 1992's Brother's Keeper.