The superstars have admired one another for years but haven’t been launched. And Emma Bunton 43, revealed she is ‘really excited’ to finally meet Spice Girls superfan Emma Stone, 30, at the band’s London show on Thursday night. Speaking on Heart Breakfast, Baby Spice spoke about the Oscar-winning actress arriving to the sell-out Wembley performance.
She said: ‘Do you understand who we’ve got coming? There’s being intimate and then there’s the new Irish lady! Share 161 shares The Spice Up Your Life songstress replied: ‘Her name was Emily but she wanted it to be Emma because she was such a Spice Girl Fan. It’s amazing. It’s nice quite. Emma, that has been performing in the united states on the band’s incredible comeback tour, verified their animated movie also. When asked about the film, Emma said: ‘We’re really worked up about that.
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We’ve been sitting with some writers now for quite a few a few months and we’ve experienced plenty of ideas. She continuing: ‘Can you picture computer animation? Doesn’t that take like 20 years to do or something? They better get on with it. Hurry up. Can you just start sketching us? Jamie asked the singer: ‘So what’s it going to be? Could it be going to be like a re-imagining of Spiceworld the movie? Was is it heading to be? The Spice Girls superstar replied: ‘Oh no it’s a complete new tale.
A whole new tale. When asked if the band’s character types would have superpowers in the movie, Emma uncovered it was still in the works but that she’d ‘like some very powers’ and to be ‘unseen’. Emma said: ‘Oh no it’s a whole new story. A complete new story. The Spice Girls animated movie is currently ‘in the works’ at Paramount with the entire band, including Posh Spice Victoria Beckham, getting involved. Spice Girls supervisor, Simon Fuller, will produce the movie with Karen McCullah and Kiwi Smith creating the screenplay.
Paramount Animation chief executive Mireille Soria informed The Hollywood Reporter that the music group ‘had a concept that we have been developing’ which ‘they are very involved’. MailOnline contacted both Spice Girls’ and Victoria Beckham’s reps for even more comment at the time. The fivesome first sparked reports of a budding project in 2018 after they reunited at Geri’s home, posting an image on Instagram jointly.
Victoria cryptically teased in her caption: ‘Love my girls! While another picture she shared with Simon Fuller, she had written: ‘Love u all a lot! Day X Such a great! Just weeks later it was claimed that the Spice Girls would voice the characters within an animated superhero movie. Variety stated in March 2018 a film had been shopped to potential production companions with the five celebrities signing off their likenesses being found in heroes. They added: ‘The Spice Girls are thinking big in terms of a franchise on a worldwide scale. They’re the most successful female group on the planet.
MailOnline contacted the Spice Girls’ associates for comment at that time. Victoria’s involvement in the animated movie should come as a shock to followers after she rejected the Spice Girls’ 13-show tour. Mel B, Emma, Mel Geri and C have been touring England, Scotland, Ireland and Wales with their 2019 Spice World tour.
The popstar transformed designer, 45, posted a snap of the iconic quintet – comprised of Mel C, Mel B, Emma and Geri – performing at the Brit Honours in 1997 accompanied by a coming in contact with message. The brunette beauty wrote: ‘Good luck to girls today as they start their tour!
Former footballer David, 44, showed his support for the music group and his wife by posting a sultry throwback of Victoria in the Say YOU WILL BE There video, where he memorably first spotted his soulmate. Tune in to the all new Heart Breakfast with Jamie Theakston and Amanda Holden, weekdays from 06:30 – 10:00 across the UK.