A very unlikely reunion of sorts is happening, and it is going to be awesome. Boy-band legends Backstreet Boys and N-Sync are teaming up to create a very unlikely ?Zombie Western Futuristic Horror Movie.? The fiercest of rivals during the ?90s have finally stopped their competition with each other to give the fans their apparently out-of-the-blue zombie movie, shared by Rolling Stones.
From the movie studio that brought you the unique SyFy franchise ?Sharknado,? the Asylum is set to create another one-of-a-kind movie with ?a ragtag band of gunslingers? battling a zombie infested world, according to Rolling Stones. Nick Carter will have the opportunity to write and star in the post-apocalyptic world, apparently titled ?Dead 7.? ?It?s a zombie western futuristic horror movie,? shared by Carter in an interview with Rolling Stones. ?My character is still being worked out right now, but I?m a good guy that?s going to help save the day,? the Backstreet Boy added.
?90s pop icons
Joining Nick Carter will be a variety of nineties pop icons which includes fellow Backstreet Boy singer Howie Dorough and A.J. McLean. ?Typecast!? Carter shouted, excited to reach out more musicians for the zombie movie. ?There?s a wish list of people that I want,? shared Carter, according to Rolling Stones. ?I want it to be musically based. I might reach out to Jordan [Knight] from the New Kids on the Block.?
Also joining the scene is N-Sync?s Joey Fatone. ?I get to be the drunk,? Fatone shared with Rolling Stone. But unfortunately, some N-Sync members aren?t going to join the movie anytime soon. ?I?m the only ?NSYNC-er? as of now, but you never know,? Joey Fatone said, getting his hopes up. ?Nick?s vision is to bring some other people in that genre that have never really done a lot of film but that were in music in the Nineties and 2000?s,? Fatone added, in an interview with Rolling Stone.
Backstreet Boys and N-Sync rivalry
With the upcoming film joining an unlikely team of boy-bands, it should be a start of something fresh for the singers. Twenty years of rivalry should be enough to bring them together. ?We?ve never done anything together collectively,? Fatone shared. ?People always think [we?re] some sort of rivals. But it?s so funny ? there?s never been animosity or anything like that. Now we?re setting the record straight by doing a film together.?
?Dead 7? in the meantime still has no plans in announcing a release date. It?s safe to assume that it?s still in the early stages of development. But for those who?s still wandering clueless, the movie is not a rumor. It?s real and it?s going to the big screen whether you like it or not.