The production team Rock Mafia's "Big Bang" music video, which features actress and pop singer Miley Cyrus, may be turned into a feature film.
"Just had a Meeting with Tish Cyrus and Suzanne Todd for 'Big Bang' To be made into a Movie!!!" Music producer and songwriter Antonina Armato, who is married to Rock Mafia co-founder Tim James, said on her Twitter page.
Tish Cyrus, the 18-year-old's mother, is one of the producers of her daughter's latest movie, the sorority-themed "So Undercover," which also stars Kelly Osbourne. She was also an executive producer of Miley Cyrus' first major movie, "The Last Song," last year. Todd has produced films such as the "Austin Powers" series, "Alice in Wonderland" and "G.I. Jane."
Cyrus has worked with Rock Mafia on her hit songs "Can't Be Tamed," "Who Owns My Heart" and "See You Again."
"There's a couple of producers putting together story lines and stuff," MTV News quoted James as saying about the film plans. "That's really exciting. When we were watching them shoot it, we were like, 'Wow, this is going to be really cool.' The chemistry is not by accident. You can feel it, and it's intense."
Cyrus, star of the Disney Channel series "Hannah Montana," made headlines in December due to an online video that showed her smoking out of a bong, swearing and laughing uncontrollably.
Cyrus' spokesperson denied comment on the footage. TMZ reported she was smoking the natural herb salvia, which is legal in California and has hallucinogenic effects.
Cyrus began her acting career when she was eight and rose to fame with "Hannah Montana," which is set to end after the current fourth season.
Cyrus has said she has outgrown the series and also caused some controversy earlier this year when she showcased a more mature image in performances and music videos, which marked a sharp contrast to her "good-girl" "Hannah Montana" persona seen on the show. The actress and singer says she has changed since she began filming the show.