Mick Jagger And David Bowie Work On Rock Comedy Film

Mick Jagger will begin working on a comedy film he has been writing with David Bowie for 15 years, reported Britain’s The Sun.

About a “couple of hellraising rock’n’roll managers,” the film is partly based on Andrew Loog Oldham, the manager of The Rolling Stones in the 1960s. The duo are currently searching for comedic talent to star in the film and it is expected that Jagger will make a cameo appearance.

The paper’s anonymous source stated: “Mick has had the script in the bag for years. He has gone back to it again recently and feels now is the time to get it out there.”

Jagger is no stranger to film. He produced the 2001 World War II drama “Enigma” and acted in Nicolas Roeg’s “Performance” amongst others.

The source indicated that Jagger was creating the movie to show people that he’s not always a “serious businessman.”

The film will be released via Jagger’s own production company, Jagged Films.

“The script is full of stuff from back in the day, which Mick and the band witnessed first hand or heard about on their travels,” said the source.

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