Razorlight frontman Johnny Borrell's acting career has been thrown into question - after production on his debut movie THE MEAT TRADE has stalled.
The British rocker was reportedly set to play a musician killed by two grave robbers - played by Colin Firth and Robert Carlyle - in novelist Irvine Welsh's latest screenplay, originally slated for release later this year (08).
But Borrell's big screen debut appears to still be some way off - the singer has revealed the project is still waiting for the green light.
He says, "It's still not certain yet. We'll just have to wait and see. But I'm really hoping that it does happen because I've read the script and it's brilliant - I get offers to act all the time, but this is the first one I've ever wanted to do."