Per a new post he’s shared on social media, Shawn “Clown” Crahan, of the Iowa nu-metal band Slipknot, has teased that he will be working on a film series. According to this post, Crahan is interested in sharing more of his personal art with fans; he wants to release art that is more “obscure” and eventually use it as part of a story he’s been working on.
The Slipknot member says that he’s been working on this project for a while now and that, eventually, he wants to turn this story into a film series.
Per Crahan’s post, here is exactly what he had to say:
“Hello to the family, hope everyone is having a good day. I would like to take a moment to explain todays thoughts. It’s been feeling great to get my art out to you guys. The objective is to continue to share creations that are considered more obscure and rare in my mind.
“With that said; I will be releasing pieces that reflect onto a future endeavor of mine; which is a story. One that I’ve been working on for a long time now and will be turning into a film series for everyone to enjoy. As you could [imagine] being able to take anything out of my subconscious, bring it into this reality and make it tangible for everyone is one of my greatest rewards. Again thank you for enjoying what I’ve been doing. Let’s make a difference together.
“See you where the ink dries. Thank you -c”
Throughout his career, Crahan has acted in and directed multiple cinematic projects; he made his directorial debut with 2016’s Officer Downe and directed the Slipknot short film “Pollution,” which you can watch below. Shawn “Clown” Crahan is an extraordinary artist and we’re super excited to see what he has in store for us with this upcoming film series.
Speaking of Clown and film, in the past, he’s also expressed interest in making a Slipknot movie.
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