Adele Might Be Releasing An Actual Film At The Cinema
And we couldn't be more excited...
We're referring to popstars that've released their own movies at the cinema. Obviously.
With fans hopefully able to at least buy a copy of her new world tour on DVD (it's an alleged plan, anyway), the idea of bringing some sort of music movie to the big screen could mean big money.
Apparently, there are definite plans for a full-on movie for Adele in the style of Katy Perry: Part Of Me or a One Direction: This Is Us, and we simply cannot wait.
Both Sony and Paramount are interested in picking up a film based on the Londoner's comeback tour, and no doubt it'd make a load of cash, if her album sales are anything to go by.
And a source claims this could actually happen: "There is huge interest in a feature film of Adele’s tour." But it's also predicted to do amazingly well, should it hit cinemas: “It would undoubtably be a huge box office hit around the world."
But the whole thing might be scrapped if she were to get too stressed with it all. “Adele has provisionally agreed to cameras filming her but she is unsure whether she will be able to cope as the tour drags on," the insider says.
Adele's said to be rather keen to take part and to document her career in this way, but at the same time she does tend to get rather stressed and nervous.
We're keeping our fingers crossed that the Hello singer can conquer her fears and make this a reality - we'd DEFINITELY watch it. Twice. Maybe three times.