Published Aug 23, 2010Anyone who can direct a classic scene between Bill Murray, RZA and GZA (see below) knows how to combine music and film. We're talking, of course, about cult film fave Jim Jarmusch, and one of his next projects involves more iconic legends of rock'n'roll. Details are scarce, but Jarmusch has revealed that he's working on a Stooges documentary endorsed by Iggy Pop himself.
Speaking with Pitchfork, Jarmusch said that the doc is slowly but surely coming along. "I'm working on a documentary about the Stooges," he revealed. "It's going to take a few years. There's no rush on it, but it's something that Iggy asked me to do."
For now, that's all we know about the Stooges documentary, but here's hoping it will include some modern-day band footage, if only so we can see some We Jam Econo-style Mike Watt interviews.