Lance Bass’ NSYNC super fans feature film has officially been picked up by Sony’s TriStar Pictures!
Just last year, former NSYNC-er Lance Bass revealed that he was in the process of working on producing a film about two diehard fans who followed the boy band around throughout their final tour back in 2001.
Now, it looks as though the untitled feature film is one step closer to hitting theaters.
According to Variety, TriStar Pictures has officially acquired the rights to the untitled NSYNC feature film, which Bass himself is producing.
The forthcoming feature film is being billed as Girls Trip meets Pitch Perfect and though it’s only recently been acquired by a major studio, Lance Bass himself has been working on the film for quite some time now.
In fact, Bass first let word of the feature film slip during an interview with Variety at SXSW in February of 2019.
“It’s a really fun story about these girls that win a Winnebago on The Price Is Right and follow us on tour,” said Bass at the time.
The premise might sound kind of weird, but it turns out, it’s actually a thing that happened.
Back in 2001, when the fans were following NSYNC on tour in their won Winnebago, the girls and their journey were even featured as part of a special about NSYNC’s final tour hosted by Carson Daly.
So will the real NSYNC be making a cameo as part of the forthcoming untitled feature? It’s too early to tell at this point, but we’re sure fans of the former boy band will certainly be holding out hope that they will!
There’s currently no word on when we can expect Lance Bass’ untitled NSYNC super fans feature film to hit theaters.