Kravitz said, “There was this old-school ‘70s studio in Atlanta that I wanted to visit. The next thing I knew, I was booking myself in there, filming the movie by day and making music by night…”
He explained, “When I make my music, I write it, I produce it, I play the instruments -- it’s my expression 100 percent. What I love about making films is that it’s completely not about me; it’s about a director’s vision, it’s about the character, and I’m there to serve. The music was a reaction of doing that all day. Something was brewing inside of me, so it had to come out. At night it would just be, ‘Okay, now I am back to being me, and directing myself – and doing what it is that I do.’”
Read the interview at OceanDrive.com!
“The Hunger Games: Catching Fire” opens November 22.
Singer/actor Lenny Kravitz looks dapper on the cover of Ocean Drive magazine, opening up about filming “Hunger Games” by day and recording his 10th album by night.