Not counting an uncredited line-free appearance in 'The Bank Job' in 2008, it has been a decade since Rolling Stones lead singer Mick Jagger has flexed his actorly muscles onscreen in 'The Man From Elysian Fields.' That could change relatively soon, provided the new film 'Tabloid' actually gets off the ground with the singer still attached. Move like Jagger (groan!) to check out some details ahead.
Per Deadline, Josh Olson ('A History of Violence,' the upcoming 'One Shot') will write the script for 'Tabloid,' which follows a "global media mogul with dubious morality" and the "young journalist who gets seduced and sucked into [his] immoral world." Jagger would play the young journalist media mogul and also produce. In addition to 'Elysian Fields' and 'The Bank Job,' Jagger's previous credits include 'Freejack,' 'Performance' and 'Ned Kelly.'

[via Deadline]

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