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Foo Fighters attending LA-area ‘Studio 666’ screenings; announce signature “blessed” Coors Light beer

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Foo Fighters have made some special announcements ahead of the premiere of the band’s Studio 666 movie.

Dave Grohl and company will be making a “special appearance” during select Los Angeles-area screenings of the film this Friday. The specific showings will take place 7 and 7:15 p.m. at the AMC Promenade 16 at Woodland Hills, and 8:30 p.m. at the Regal Sherman Oaks Galleria.

Director BJ McDonnell will also join the Foos at the screenings.

Meanwhile, Foo Fighters have teamed up with Coors Light to create their own signature, Studio 666-themed beer: Coors Almighty Light. Apparently, the brew includes “blessed” water, which the fine print tells us was “blessed by a non-denominational ordained minister.”

“Coors Almighty Light is the first spiritually-enhanced beer developed specifically to ward off demons while viewing the Foo Fighters’ dangerous new film Studio 666,” the Coors website reads.

In other news, Grohl’s Studio 666 promotional duties took him to CBS’ The Late Late Show Wednesday, where he and fellow guest Hilary Duff played — or, one might say, were subjected to — host James Corden‘s “James That Tune” game.

As Corden explained, the point of the game is to guess the name of the famous song he’s playing on a keyboard. Crucially, however, Corden does not know how to play the keyboard, which led to him banging away at random notes as Grohl and Duff looked on in confusion.

After failing to guess Corden’s interpretation of the Foo Fighters songs “Learn to Fly” and “My Hero,” Grohl was able to discern the host’s take on “Best of You,” though didn’t want to admit it “for fear that people will think it sounds like that.”

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