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See Foo Fighter Taylor Hawkins as Iggy Pop in 'CBGB' Movie

Film about famed rock club is expected to open later this year

April 4, 2013 12:50 PM ET
Malin Akerman as Debbie Harry and Taylor Hawkins as Iggy Pop in 'CBGB.'
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Last year a slew of actors flew down to Georgia with director Randall Miller to film CBGB, the upcoming movie about the New York City club that launched the careers of seminal punk acts including Patti Smith, the Ramones, Television and the Talking Heads.

Behind the Scenes of 'CBGB'

Over on the CBGB Facebook page, you can check out the cast of characters – which includes Alan Rickman as the club's owner Hilly Kristal – in the film's first poster, and now you can also take an exclusive first look at Malin Akerman as Blondie's Debbie Harry and the Foo Fighters' Taylor Hawkins as Iggy Pop. No release date has been set for CBGB yet, though it should open sometime this year.

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Malin Akerman as Debbie Harry and Taylor Hawkins as Iggy Pop in 'CBGB.'
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