Mick Gagger wants best comedian for his new film

April 10th, 2011 - 7:36 pm ICT by ANI  

London, April 10 (ANI): Sir Mick Jagger is apparently looking for the finest comedy talent in Britain to star in a film he has been writing for the past 15 years.

The ‘Rolling Stones’ legend penned a script with the help of old pal David Bowie about a couple of hellraising rock’n'roll managers set in the mid-Sixties.

It’s based on people like Andrew Loog Oldham, who managed Jagger and fellow stones Keith Richards, Ronnie wood and Charlie watts in their heyday.

“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,” The Sun quoted a source as saying.

“Mick has a few famous comedians in mind to star and is starting to sound them out.

“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.

“He’s well up for a cameo role, to show he’s not the serious businessman a lot of people think he is all the time,” the source said.

The singer is planning to release the film project under his own production company Jagged Films, which he set up in 1995. (ANI)

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