Marilyn Manson Says He's Been Cast In Stephen King's The Stand
Marilyn Manson has revealed that he's been cast in the upcoming limited series based on Stephen King's classic 1978 novel The Stand. Speaking with Revolver, Manson did not indicate which character he'd be playing, but added that he and Shooter Jennings have recorded a new version of the Doors song "The End" for the project.
The Stand, which was previously adapted as an ABC miniseries in 1994, was announced earlier this year by CBS All Access. The epic tale focuses on a battle between good and evil waged by the survivors of a plague that wipes out 99 percent of the world's population. James Marsden, Amber Heard, Whoopi Goldberg, Greg Kinnear and others are reportedly in talks to join the cast.
Manson has acted in film and TV projects throughout his career, including Lost Highway, Jawbreaker, Californication, Once Upon A Time, Sons Of Anarchy, Salem and others. He recently said he'd be appearing on HBO's The New Pope.
Manson is also working with Jennings on a new studio album. Manson's 11th studio effort may be a self-titled affair and follows up 2017's Heaven Upside Down. Manson is also heading out on the "Hell Never Dies" tour with Rob Zombie, which kicks off Tuesday night (July 9th) in Baltimore.