Ozzy Osbourne Admits His Son’s Documentary Is Not All Positive
Ozzy Osbourne is the subject of a documentary called ‘Wreckage of My Past,’ and the director is none other than his own son, 25-year-old Jack Osbourne. But just because young Jack is lensing the pic doesn’t mean it will be a biased and favorable look at his hellion father. While Ozzy is no stranger to letting it all hang out as he did in ‘The Osbournes,’ it’s a bit of a different situation when your flesh and blood is behind the camera.
Ozzy told VH1 Radio that “I haven’t seen any of the footage of it but what I know is he’s interviewed people, my family, my sisters and my brothers. He’s gone really deep and it’s not all complimentary about me. There are some people that don’t like me. I don’t know if he’s going to put it all in. I don’t know; he’s got like 500 hours of film to work from.”
Ozzy was also willing to be the subject of his son’s film, because, well, that’s what dad’s do. They help their offspring, even when they are the dove eating godfather of heavy metal with an image to uphold. The Blizzard of Ozz also said, “If your son asks you about doing a documentary on you, what are you going to say? I help my son in any way I can, you know.”
‘Wreckage of My Past’ is tentatively due next year.