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Wednesday 26 November 2014

Rizzle Kicks aim for Hollywood

File photo dated 23/10/12 of hip hop duo Rizzle Kicks WHO could be heading to Hollywood after the hip-hop duo admitted they were thinking of making a film and have roped in Plan B to help out. PRESS ASSOCIATION Photo. Issue date: Thursday March 7, 2013. The duo, made up of Jordan Stephens and Harley Alexander-Sule, performed last night at Russell Brand's anti-addiction gig Give It Up For Comic Relief. Stephens said he had spoken to Plan B, real name Ben Drew, who wrote and directed his film debut Ill Manors last year as well as well performing its soundtrack. See PA story SHOWBIZ Rizzle. Photo credit should read: Ian West/PA Wire
Rizzle Kicks could be swapping music for film

Rizzle Kicks could be heading to Hollywood after the music duo admitted they were thinking of making a film and have roped in Plan B to help out.

The pair, Jordan Stephens and Harley Alexander-Sule, performed last night at Russell Brand's anti-addiction gig Give It Up For Comic Relief.

Jordan said he had spoken to Plan B, real name Ben Drew, who wrote and directed his film debut Ill Manors last year as well as well performing its soundtrack.

He said: "I've spoken to him about music, he's a real cool guy but we spoke more about film really than music.

"I've been writing a bit for film myself and he was telling me how he worked on Ill Manors and stuff and how difficult it was.

"It's very early stages but I've always had these ideas but I've started to be able to write scripts a little bit better and I'm just working on it."

But he refused to go into detail about the plot, saying: "I can't say, I don't know, I might change my mind completely. I've got about three or four on the go and they might all be rubbish".

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