Reformed 80s group Spandau Ballet are set to make a feature-length documentary about the band, which will cover their bitter split.
Spandau Ballet are set to make a movie.
The reformed 80s group are currently at the Cannes Film Festival finalising plans for the feature-length documentary, which will cover both the highs and lows of the band's career.
Songwriter Gary Kemp told Britain's The Sun newspaper: "We've got quite a history and there have been great highs and lows.
"It will be a feature-length documentary with us talking about everything that's happened over the years. We won't shy away from tackling the bad times."
The notoriously hard-drinking group announced their reunion in March and will play a string of concerts in October. In 1999, Gary was involved in a bitter court battle over royalty payments with singer Tony Hadley, drummer John Keeble and guitarist Steve Norman.
Singer Tony Hadley has previously credited beer with helping the 'Gold' hitmakers reform as it helped them settle their differences from the past 20 years.
He said: "We had a few pints together and actually got on extremely well. We realised what a great force the five of were.
"It took a while but it's amazing what beer can do. It's been nice to bury the hatchet, but not in each other's heads."