Steve Harris wants to turn his home into a hotel for Iron Maiden fans after having trouble selling it.
Steve Harris wants to turn his home into a hotel for Iron Maiden fans.
The Iron Maiden bassist's Essex home first went on the market in 2012 for £6.75 million and dropped it to £3.95 million this year but is considering converting it into a hotel for rock fans.
He told Swedish radio station Bandit Rock: ''It was a little bit crazy to start with, because when I first put it [on sale], I wasn't really sure if I wanted to sell it. Because I was [moving] abroad, and I thought, 'Well, I don't know if I'm gonna really wanna stay abroad,' so I put it at a silly price, and I thought if somebody wants to pay silly money for it, then they're welcome to it. But then I brought the price down. It's actually a very reasonable price now.
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On his latest project, director Spike Lee creates an current day version of Aristophanes' ancient Greek play Lysistrata.
Samuel L. Jackson's character narrates us through the story 'Welcome to Chi-raq, land Of Pain, misery and strife' and tells the viewers how this particular story came to life. After the accidental death of a child by a gun shot, the ladies of a neighbourhood in Chicago (which garnered the epithet Chi-raq for its similarities to Iraq) decided to take matters into their own hands.
One woman, Lysistrata, has an idea, a battle cry of her own, but one to unite the women of Chicago in a bid to stop their men from 'bangin' and slingin', flightin' for the flag and risking that long zipper on a cadaver bag.'
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