Fuller to produce S Club movie

Pop sensations S Club are set to make their big screen debut in a movie about the adventures of six young adults.

Pop sensations S Club are set to make their big screen debut in a movie about the adventures of six young adults.

The group will appear in Seeing Double, which is being produced by pop mogul Simon Fuller, according to US entertainment trade newspaper The Hollywood Reporter.

Fuller, creator of Pop Idol, also produced Spice World, which starred The Spice Girls and was written by his brother Kim.

Kim Fuller also wrote the original script for Seeing Double and the film is due to begin shooting in the autumn.

S Club was originally known as S Club 7 but dropped the 7 after Paul Cattermole left.

The group - Hannah Spearritt, Jon Lee, Tina Barrett, Rachel Stevens, Bradley McIntosh and Jo O’Meara - have released several pop albums.

They also starred in their own American TV series, S Club 7 in Miami in 1999, S Club 7 in LA in 2000 and last year’s S Club 7 in Hollywood.

S Club also appeared in two telefilms - S Club 7: Artistic Differences and S Club 7 in New Zealand.

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