Whenever the subject of Axl Rose comes up, I tend to mention the ridiculously good profile that John Jeremiah Sullivan wrote for GQ back in 2006. “The Final Comeback of Axl Rose” is not really disparaging, it’s just a perfect summation of Rose’s legendary reputation for any person born too late to really care. Now, as Spin points out, we have a feature film about the original Guns N’ Roses to look forward to. In 2008, biographer Marc Canter published Reckless Road: Guns N’ Roses And The Making of Appetite For Destruction, and Canter confirmed on a GNR fan forum (posting under the username recklessroad) that his book is being made into a biopic. The film has been in progress for four months, and not much else has been announced aside from the fact that true to form, Axl Rose will not be involved.