The life of late The Clash frontman Joe Strummer is to be immortalised in a new movie.
Bosses at British production company Film4 have announced plans to turn the punk legend's story into a big screen biopic called Joe Publich.
The film will be written by Paul Viragh, the brains behind recent Ian Dury movie Sex & Drugs & Rock & Roll, according to International Screen Daily.
Strummer's life has previously been recounted in two movie documentaries - Julien Temple's 2007 film Joe Strummer: The Future Is Unwritten and Don Letts' Strummerville.