In their 25 years together, Foo Fighters have already ticked a multitude of achievements off their bucket list.

One thing the rock band haven't done yet, however, is star in a Hollywood film.

That's all set to change this year, when they make their debut appearance as a band in a new horror-comedy film (the title of which is currently unknown) for Universal Pictures.

According to horror fan site Bloody Disgusting, Dave Grohl and co. secretly shot the film - which was directed by BJ McDonnell, the man behind films like 'Hatchet III' - last year. McDonnell has form in music-related projects, having also directed 'Slayer: The Repentless Killogy', a narrative film featuring the metal band's music, in 2019.

Not much is known about this new Foo Fighters-starring film as yet, apart from the rumour that a number of other big names will make cameos in it.

The plot is said to revolve around the band being "haunted during a recording session and become possessed." During promotional interviews for their most recent album 'Medicine at Midnight', Grohl spoke about the house that Foo Fighters recorded in being haunted - so perhaps they drew on first-hand experience for their roles.

Either way, more on this as we have it.