It looks like Bros are set to be famous all over again, with brothers Matt and Luke Goss apparently in talks about a film.
The duo have found themselves back in the spotlight following the success of their fly-on-the-wall 2018 documentary After The Screaming Stops, which charted the twins' lives following their meteoric rise to fame in the late '80s, and subsequent split.
Exploring the often strained relationship between the brothers, the show was one of the unlikely hits of the Christmas TV schedule last year.
It has since received a BAFTA nomination and led to the band announcing new shows following initial reunion gigs marking the 30th anniversary in 2017.
They have now said that a biopic could be on the cards.
Asked if a film was a possibility in an interview with Radio Times, frontman Matt said: "We have been approached, so I guess the answer's yes.
"The documentary was just the tip of the iceberg."
However, drummer Luke, who went on to forge an acting career after Bros split up in 1992, said if the film does come about he would not want to play himself.
He said: "You know why I love acting?
"Because I can pretend to be someone else. How do you pretend to be yourself?
"So, no, I'd stay well away from that."
Bros recently performed at Brixton Academy, where the show almost ended in disaster after Matt fell off the stage during their biggest hit, When Will I Be Famous?
But the singer, got up, dusted himself down and carried on like a pro.
He tweeted afterwards: "I don't say this lightly, but what a legendary show... we officially have the best fans in the world!!! I bloody love you."
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