I know The Osbournes is soooo five years ago, but even now, don't you think you know pretty much all there is to know about Ozzy Osbourne and his crew? Well, you'll never guess who thinks there's still more story to tell-- Jack Osbourne, Ozzy's son, and one of the family members who rocketed to instant celebrity when the show began airing in 2002. Guess Jack thinks there's still some more paychecks-- err, I mean, introspection and family values-- to wring out of his dad.

First Showing reports that the younger Osbourne's production company, Jacko Productions, is planning an untitled documentary about Ozzy. First=time filmmakers Jordan Tappis and Mike Piscitelli are writing, producing and directing, which lends all the more credibility to the project. Says Jack, ""I want people to see John Osbourne as the guy I grew up with, the tormented, complex musician whose personal demons manifest themselves in so many crazy, unique ways. He's agreed to it but is putting up his guard, massively afraid of putting his true self out there on display for people to see."

As someone who was never a fan of Black Sabbath or the massively popular MTV show, I say spare us. Ozzy Osbourne had his moment, and then he had it all over again when he became an unlikely reality TV star. You'd think by now he'd be grateful to be settling into a life that isn't completely surrounded by cameras.

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