The Spice Girls deny 'Spice World' film sequel reports

Emma Bunton says the band will not be making another film

The Spice Girls deny 'Spice World' film sequel reports
The Spice Girls have denied reports that they are set to reunite to release a sequel to their 1997 movie Spice World.

Emma Bunton, writing on her Twitter page, Twitter.com/emmabuntonheart, explained that the five-piece will not be teaming up with Mamma Mia! producer Judy Craymer for a film based on their current West End musical Viva Forever - as had been claimed.

"Guys I'm sorry but I DID NOT mention that we would be doing another film!," she Tweeted. "But we r very excited about r musical in the theatre!".

Her comments came after the Sunday Mirrror reported that a movie was in production featuring the band's hits 'Wannabe', '2 Become 1', 'Who Do You Think Are?' and 'Say You'll Be There'.

The Spice Girls are currently putting the finishing touches to their musical with Craymer.

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