Moviemaker Oliver Stone is preparing to work his magic on a musical number - he's making plans to bring Broadway show MEMPHIS to the big screen.
The production tells the story of a rock 'n roll-loving disc-jockey in 1950s Memphis, Tennessee, and was co-written by Bon Jovi keyboardist David Bryan.
The director is said to be a big fan and is reportedly in negotiations to transform the stage show into a film.
A source tells New York Post's gossip column Page Six, "He saw it two times in a week. He's also taken a number of meetings with David Bryan."
A representative for Stone confirms the director is interested in the project, telling the publication, "He's thinking about it."