|JBJ Interview in The Times
Malta is not a place I would recommend anyone to spend their vacation," remarks Jon Bon Jovi. The reason for his animosity towards the package tour hotspot? His latest foray into celluloid, the Second World War thriller U-571.
The filming of this tale of a submarine crew trying to capture a Nazi U-boat was, apparently, rather trying. Working in a giant, often freezing cold water tank, coupled with hours of waiting around for camera moves to be prepared, is enough to test anybody's patience. But while his co-stars (Matthew McConaughey, Harvey Keitel and Bill Paxton) would be twiddling their thumbs waiting hours for the chance to deliver two lines of dialogue, Jon would be hard at work on what he calls his "day job" - writing songs for the new Bon Jovi album.
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