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Green Day's Billie Joe Armstrong Nails Ordinary (Punk Rock) Dad in 'Ordinary World' Trailer: Watch
Billie Joe Armstrong has been to the top of rock and roll mountain. But in the new trailer for Ordinary World, the Green Day singer plays loveable punk rock wash-out Perry Miller, who is having a terrible, horrible, not so great 40th birthday. Rocking nerdy black frame glasses and and a not-so-cool red vest at his lame hardware store day job, Miller is bummed out when his wife (Selma Blair) forgets his birthday.
So, he does what any failed rock star would do, he grabs his best bud (Fred Armisen) and has a blow out party at a hotel. Check out Armstrong's first starring role, which will be released in theaters, digital HD and On Demand on Oct. 14:
The comedy, which premiered at the Tribeca Film Festival in April, was written and directed by Lee Kirk (The Giant Mechanical Man) and also features Judy Greer, Dallas Roberts, Kevin Corrigan and Brian Baumgartner. The movie's score was written by Tindersticks founding member Dickon Hinchcliffe and Armstrong penned the flick's title track. Green Day's upcoming album, Revolution Radio, is due out on Oct. 7.