Florida Georgia Line are heading to Hollywood to work on a feature-length nation musical.
Bandmates Tyler Hubbard and Brian Kelley are becoming a member of forces with their frequent music video director TK McKamy to produce the brand new film, which is able to function authentic songs penned by the “Cruise” hitmakers, in addition to covers of nation music classics.
They have additionally been collaborating with Monarch Media studio officers Steve Barnett and Alan Powell to develop the storyline, though particulars have but to be revealed.
According to Deadline, McKamy is contemplating taking cost of the movie, which might mark his huge display directorial debut.
“We are so excited to carry a completely authentic nation musical to the large display for the very first time,” Hubbard and Kelley share in a joint assertion.
“In TK McKamy and the staff at Monarch Media, we have discovered the right companions that may assist us carry the emotion and storytelling of nation music to the flicks for probably the most passionate music followers on this planet to take pleasure in.”
Powell provides, “There is a sense that solely an amazing nation music may give you. It could make you smile greater or cry tougher than every other style and admittedly, our purpose is to create a movie that captures these emotions and places them on display in a manner that is by no means been executed earlier than.”
“We consider Florida Georgia Line is one of the best accomplice to try this and are thrilled to work with them on this undertaking.”
The film information might be welcomed by followers after Hubbard shut down rumours suggesting the pair was heading for a cut up. He briefly unfollowed Kelley on social media after disagreeing with the Republican supporter’s politics.
“It wasn’t an enormous deal… We’re on nice phrases,” Hubbard instructed SiriusXM’s “Exit 209 with Storme Warren” show this week (ends November 20). “We’re feeling stronger than ever. We’re loving and supporting one another… and excited for the longer term.”