Little Mix want to make their own 'Spice World'-inspired movie.
The 'Black Magic' hitmakers - made up of Jesy Nelson, Perrie Edwards, Leigh-Anne Pinnock and Jade Thirlwall - have confessed they'd love to follow in the footsteps of fellow UK girl-band Spice Girls, and make their own movie - and they even know what it would be about and who they'd cast.
Speaking to KISS FM, Leigh-Anne said: ''We know how the sketches would look. Our tour manager actually looks like a proper action hero so we said Liam Neeson could play him and he could get kidnapped.
The 'Move' singers have previously said they wanted to make a movie in order to show their ''sensitive side'' off, as well as their humour.
Jesy said: ''We want a movie really badly and a world tour. We have so much more we want to do so hopefully this will be the year.''
Leigh-Anne added: ''It would not just be comical, you would see our sensitive side (too).
''We wear our hearts on our sleeves, what you see is what you get, and we would love to put that into a film and show everyone the real Little Mix.''
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