Tom DeLonge, the co-founder and former frontman of the punk rock band Blink-182, has given an update on his upcoming directorial debut, ‘Monsters Of California,’ while revealing the thing that makes him important about it.
At the beginning of October 2020, the talented musician and filmmaker, Tom DeLonge, announced his exciting new project, a coming-of-age sci-fi feature film, which will be the first movie he directs.
DeLonge, who has been quite interested in the UFOs for several years now, revealed that he is directing the film, ‘Monsters Of California,’ based on an original script that he wrote with Ian Miller.
The movie follows the adventure of the teenager Dallas Edwards, and his derelict friends on a quest for the meaning behind a series of mysterious, paranormal events in Southern California. The truths they uncover begin to unravel extraordinary secrets held tightly within the deepest levels of the Government.
Filming with COVID precautions since the end of 2020 summer, Tom DeLonge has been displaying the production process of ‘Monsters Of California’ on Instagram. On the recent photo he shared from the set, DeLonge mentioned one of the best things about being a director.
In the caption of his picture, in which he posed with his director hat and cool headphones, Tom DeLonge said he has his own chair on set and that makes him important in a way.
Here’s what Tom DeLonge said in his recent Instagram post:
“I have my own chair on set. That makes me important.”
You can see the post below.