Bing Crosby‘s trademark bass-baritone voice made him one of the best-selling recording artists of the 20th century, with over half a billion records in circulation by the time of his death in 1977.
Now he’s back, in the upcoming erotic thriller, Night Stalker, from Joe Eszterhas.
The script, originally written as Basic Instinct 3, features a lonely private eye who roams the streets at night, solving mysteries and having sex.
Crosby will be rendered as a holographic image of himself using technology recently adopted to ressurect Tupac Shakur at a Snoop Dogg concert.
When asked why he had gone to such lengths to cast Bing Crosby in the movie, Eszterhas joked, “It was either that or give Sharon Stone another face-lift.”