Gene Simmons puckers up for TV

LOS ANGELES ( - Gene Simmons, of the heavy-metal group KISS, will executive produce the CBS movie, "Rock and Roll All Night," with Stanley Brooks. According to the Hollywood Reporter, the story follows a guy who meets a girl during a KISS concert. The two get separated, and spend the rest of the movie trying to find each other. Jeff Arch, who created the story for "Sleepless In Seattle," is writing the script. Simmons pitched the idea directly to CBS president and CEO Les Moonves. The telefilm will be the second KISS-related film with which Simmons has been involved. In 1978, he and his band members starred in the horror telefilm "KISS Meets The Phantom of the Park." Simmons also produced and co-starred alongside his band members in the 1999 film "Detroit Rock City," about a group of teens on a road trip to a KISS concert.