Mick Jagger has signed on to co-produce the Brizzi brothers' animated flick of "Ruby Tuesday" through his Jagged Films production company.
"Ruby Tuesday" is drawing closer to materialization. The animated project has drawn Mick Jagger in to co-produce through his Jagged Films production company, Variety has reported.
With this inclusion, Jagger then is set to collaborate with Luc Besson and Pierre-Ange Le Pogam of Europacorp in developing the picture. In the meantime, as part of the deal, the man will allow the flick to feature 12 songs of his band, The Rolling Stones.
Slated to be released worldwide by winter 2008, "Tuesday" is another directorial work of Paul and Gaetan Brizzi who previously made the "Firebird Suite" segment in Disney's "Fantasia 2000." The brothers are also attached to pen the script which will deal with the story of a single mom searching for happiness in New York.