Rihanna, JoJo, Big Boi, and Mckinneys dance studio have all been linked to a film about their lives, but now it appears they may be in talks to star in a movie together.
The New York Times is reporting that JoJo and Big Bois dance studio is “looking to revive” a film based on their experiences as children.
JoJo told the paper that she would “love” to return to the world of dancing in the future.
“I would love to do it again,” JoJo said.
“If you don’t get to see it, it’s OK, because it was fun.
And I don’t know if it’s going to happen.”
Big Boi’s studio, The Ghetto, released a song in 2013 called “Rihanna’s Gangnam Style” that was followed by a sequel called “Songs From The Ghettos,” which starred Rihanna.
That film, which was a commercial flop, starred Keanu Reeves, Emma Stone, and the group’s then-boyfriend, Katt Williams.
According to THR, Jojo has yet to be cast in a major film.
Jojo is reportedly the only known member of the group to appear in the big-budget “Gang of Four” movies, which were released in 2009 and 2011.