Preview ‘The Space Between,’ a New Movie Starring Kelsey Grammer as a Washed-Up Rock Star (with Music from Weezer’s Rivers Cuomo)

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The Space Between is the title of a new film from Paramount slated to be released in theaters (where applicable) this Friday, April 23 ahead of an on demand/digital release on June 15. Directed by Rachel Winter, the film focuses on the story of Micky Adams, a former music star in the 1970s who has become something of a recluse in the years since. Kelsey Grammer portrays Adams, who visually resembles a sort of Jeff Bridges “The Dude”-type character merged with undercurrents of Mickey Rourke.

Here’s the trailer, which features music from Weezer‘s Rivers Cuomo (who provides original music throughout the film):

And the official synopsis, from the video:

Golden Globe™ Winner Kelsey Grammer stars in the inspiring coming of age story, set during the iconic 90s LA music scene. Micky Adams (Grammer), an eccentric has-been rock musician, loses his grip on reality all while his record label is looking to drop him and his newly created “unique” albums. In hopes of breaking out of the record-label mailroom, a young Charlie Porter is tasked with traveling to the musician’s bizarre home and forcing Micky Adams out of his contract. Micky realizes Charlie could be the key to an artistic break through, and the pair’s unlikely friendship grows. The odd but powerful bond helps both gain perspective from each other on the music industry, life, love…and the space between.


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