The Spice Girls to release tell-all documentary inspired by Liam Gallagher

The iconic '90s group have been taking notes from LG's new film 'As It Was'

The Spice Girls have taken inspiration from Liam Gallagher and are set to release a tell-all documentary, it has been reported.

According to The Sun, the ’90s group are prepping a new film that could premiere in 2019. Sources say that the band have been inspired by the buzz surrounding Liam Gallagher’s documentary, As It Was, at this year’s Cannes Film Festival.

The Spice Girls are now looking to work on something ‘cooler and edgier’ for their upcoming return – and have been watching LG’s new film project closely while discussing plans.


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The Spice Girls

As It Was details Gallagher’s journey from being Oasis’ frontman to his success as a solo artist. The documentary was directed by Charlie Lightning.

Meanwhile, Spice Girls already have another film project in the works as part of their reunion. According to reports, they’ve signed on for an animated superhero movie. Each member of the band will voice a different hero with “a ‘girl power’ unique to that group member”.

The group previously hit the big screen in 1997 with the release of Spice World.

Earlier this week, Mel B said that all five members will reunite for a live tour – despite Victoria Beckham previously ruling it out.

“We are in the works of figuring the stuff out,” Mel B said. “I don’t want to say too much, but all five of us have signed with Simon Fuller. It’s all very exciting.”


Pressed on specific details of the reunion, the singer replied: “It’s going to be a bit of everything. If it was up to me, we’d go on tour immediately, but you know… maybe we will soon.”

In the meantime, it’s been rumoured that the band could perform at the Royal Wedding.