Eddie Vedder loves the Pearl Jam reference in the new movie featuring Foo Fighters

After watching Studio 666, the new movie with Foo Fighters, Eddie Vedder revealed he really loved a scene in which Dave Grohl’s band makes a reference about the iconic Pearl Jam album cover Ten.

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The famous cover from the Pearl Jam debut album Ten, is present in a scene in the horror movie Studio 666 directed by BJ McDonnell in which Foo Fighters got to play. After watching it, Eddie Vedder texted Taylor Hawkins, the Foo Fighters drummer, telling him the scene was so funny that he is planning to recreate it with his friends.

Dave Grohl was the one revealing this exchange between the two in a recent interview the singer gave to Yahoo together with Nate Mendel, the bassist of the band. During the same interview, a very amused Nate Mendel suggested if they ever make a sequel of Studio 666, they should call Vedder to recreate that same scene… but that’s not all.

During his recent concert in San Diego, Eddie Vedder mentioned the plot of Studio 666 as can be seen in the video below.

Studio 666, directed by BJ McDonnell and scripted by Dave Grohl, Jeff Buhler and Rebecca Hughes was released on February 25th in the USA. The trailer of Studio 666, inspired by some cult horror movies like Sam Raimi’s Evil Dead and Tobe Hopper’s Texas Chainsaw Massacre, is available below.