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Matt and Luke Goss have been approached about Bros film

Luke Goss said he would not want to play himself in a biopic about the group.

Matt and Luke Goss (Ian West/PA)
Matt and Luke Goss (Ian West/PA)

Matt and Luke Goss have revealed there are plans for a film about Bros.

The brothers have found themselves back in the spotlight following the success of their fly-on-the-wall documentary After The Screaming Stops, which was a small-screen phenomenon and landed a Bafta nomination.

They told Radio Times magazine that a biopic could now be on the cards.

Asked if a film was a possibility, Matt said: “We have been approached, so I guess the answer’s yes.

“The documentary was just the tip of the iceberg.”

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Many years ago we met, many years ago we became friends... I remember when I raised my sails & set forth into the horizon of my beautiful unknown...I remember when I held on so tightly to this ships wheel, at the helm, through many a storm.. White knuckle & bloody palm. I remember when I learned to love both the righteous storm & the blessed calm.. I remember when, I had enough... but not enough to ever contemplate falling down, or ever giving up, I remember when the wind blew & hit the sails & this vessel I ride within, made the mighty waves feel frail, I remember when the seagulls would taunt me & temp me with shallow water above the land, that is where my faith & those who love me, trust the north within this man, I've become attached to this journey even when my feet long for sand..This Longitude has a latitude that I love & understand... The treasures I've acquired also belong to you, because memories are priceless compared to any intrinsic value. I've often wondered if I was sailing alone, I am the creator of memories, so blow wind blow... But every time I wondered and calmly dared to stare I saw you, yes all of you! with your sails raised everywhere. So with so much love, I thank you for this journey that we share. MG

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However, Luke 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.”

This week’s Radio Times is out on Tuesday.



From Belfast Telegraph