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Ashley Banjo in talks with producers to make Diversity action film ‘like Mission: Impossible or Fast and Furious’

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Ashley has been in talks to make a Diversity action film (Picture: ITV)

Ashley Banjo has revealed that he has been in talks with Hollywood producers and directors to make an action-inspired Diversity film.

The frontman of the dance troupe said that the movie isn’t far off the likes of action films such as Mission: Impossible and Fast and Furious – but with a dancing twist added into the mix.

Speaking to The Sunday Mirror, the 32-year-old explained: ‘We’re creating a genuine blockbuster release – a feature film for the cinema. It has a feel like Mission: Impossible or Fast and Furious.

‘Imagine a franchise like those but with dance stunts and genuine creativity at the heart of it.’

Ashley said he couldn’t reveal which Hollywood bosses he had been talking to, but did tease they are ‘very experienced in action movies and they know dance.’

Sounds intriguing.

Last month, Ashley also revealed that he has had conversations with Prince Harry and Meghan Markle about working together on a potential project, but he’s remaining tight-lipped for now.

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You can expect plenty of dancing in the movie (Picture: ITV)

Speaking on Fubar Radio’s Access All Areas, he said: ‘I think the paths might cross at some point, I’m not sure how.

‘There’s been a couple of conversations, but yeah. I’m hoping that our paths cross. That’s all I’m going to say. Keep it under wraps as they say.’

He also joked that they ‘are buddies now’, adding: ‘We’ve got loads of common ground, things that we just both relate on.’

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Ashley revealed he has had conversations with Prince Harry and Meghan Markle about working together on a potential project (Picture: ITV)


The Dancing On Ice judge also previously opened up about not being shocked by the Duke and Duchess of Sussex’s interview with Oprah Winfrey after speaking to them at length about it.

‘They’re just normal people,’ he said during an appearance on Lorraine. ‘They’re living a slightly different life to us, but they are just people.

‘You look at their actions to look after one another and protect their little family and I understand it 100 percent.’

He went on: ‘There were a lot of things people were shocked at in their interview with Oprah. I think I was less shocked because of our conversation, we had a really long chat and it was really eye-opening for me.

‘I’m genuinely inspired by both of them, the way they’ve handled themselves.’

Credit: Original article published here.

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