Showbusiness siblings Martin and Gary Kemp are set to reunite in a new gangster movie - their first big screen collaboration since they played London's infamous Kray twins. The former Spandau Ballet stars will portray crime world bosses the Alberts brothers in Assassin, a new movie set in the U.K. capital, which will also star The Business actor Danny Dyer.
It is the first time the pair has appeared together in a film since 1991, when their portrayal of notorious east London gangsters Ronnie and Reggie Kray achieved cult status.
Assassin director Jonathan Sothcott says, "The Krays is one of the best-loved British films of all time, an untouchable classic that only a lunatic would remake, but at the core of that movie are the fantastic performances of Martin and Gary.
"Reuniting them for Assassin is a real coup, a dream come true, and I know their army of fans are going to love seeing what unpleasant plans they have for Mr Dyer."
Filming on the project begins in London next month (Sep13) and is due out next year (14).
The Kemp brothers also recently teamed up for another underworld project - they presented documentary Gangs of Britain, about the history of organised crime in the U.K.
A lot of moviegoers didn't catch -- or didn't get the chance to catch -- the critically acclaimed indie romantic drama Like Crazy during its theatrical run in 2011, but there's no excuse March 6, when the DVD/Blu-ray arrives.
Like Crazy, which took home the prestigious Grand Jury Prize at last year's Sundance Film Festival, stars Anton Yelchin and breakout actress Felicity Jones as an American college student and a British college student, respectively, who fall in love -- only to be torn apart when the latter's visa expires, forcing her back to England. Jennifer Lawrence also stars in the Drake Doremus-directed film.
Special features include: commentary by director Drake Doremus, editor Jonathan Alberts and cinematographer John Guleserian; deleted scenes with optional commentary; and alternate scenes with optional commentary.