Robbie Williams is in talks about making a movie about his life.
The former Take That singer - whose eventful career has been blighted by addiction problems - thinks his experiences are fascinating enough to be documented in some form.
He said: "My career has seen the highest highs and most crashing lows... trips to rehab and trips to the stage to win awards. There's definitely a book in there and definitely a film. Overall, it's been magical."
Robbie - who was honoured on Tuesday at the BRIT Awards in London, where he picked up the Outstanding Contribution to Music accolade - was just 16 when he joined the boy band.
After rifts with his bandmate Gary Barlow, and problems with drugs and alcohol, the 36-year-old singer left the group in 1995 to launch a solo career, which struggled to get off the ground until the release of his hit track 'Angels'.
Since then, Robbie has seen enormous success as a solo artist and has won more BRIT awards in his career than any other pop star.
Earlier this week, the 36-year-old star - who is engaged to actress Ayda Field - admitted he has considered writing an autobiography but can't remember everything that has happened to him.
He said: "I would write one if I could remember. There have been a couple of trips to rehab so I've done a few brain cells in and lost a few memories."