Butthole Surfing The Silver Screen

May 8 [14:00 EST] -- Butthole Surfers front man Gibby Haynes hits the big screen in "Nowhere," the new film from director Gregg Araki. Haynes plays Jujyfruit, a wild character who throws the ultimate Hollywood Hills party.

"Nowhere," which opens Friday in theaters--is the final installment of Araki's "Teen Apocalypse" trilogy, which started in 1994 with "Totally F***ed Up" and continued with "Doom Generation." In Nowhere, Araki again presents his take on the end-of-millenium Generation X audience.

"I wanted to portray the world from a messed-up 18-year-old's perspective," says Araki. "A world within which anything can happen...everything is hyper-accentuated. The film attempts to capture these extreme highs and lows."

Haynes is part of a cast that spans the spectrum of 90's pop-culture royalty including Christina Applegate ("Married with Children"), Jaason Simmons ("Baywatch"), Kathleen Robertson ("Beverly Hills 90210"), and Heather Graham ("Swingers"). There

are a few other choice cameos by Brady Bunch's Christopher Knight and Eve Plumb (we'll leave it to you to figure out which Brady kids they played), Traci Lords, Shannon Doherty, Charlotte Rae (Mrs. Garrett from "The Facts of Life"), and John Ritter ("Three's Company").

The soundtrack for Nowhere features music by 311, Radiohead, Elastica, Hole, the Chemical Brothers, Massive Attack, Coco and the Bean, Catherine Wheel, Curve, Lush, Ruby, James, Chuck D., Marilyn Manson, and the London Suede.