Ricky Gervais says the new David Brent movie is ''almost a musical''.
The comedian has given fans of the TV character a preview of what they can expect from the much-hyped film, revealing that it'll take the shape of another fake documentary ''about what he's doing now, and what he's doing now is sort of repping''.
Gervais, 53, explained: ''But he hasn't let go of this dream of being a rock star and he's got a lot of songs together and he's got a young band together that he's paying through the nose for and they're just sort of ripping him off. They're sort of session musicians so he's losing money.
''He has to cash in a pension, he does a little tour he wants the record companies to come along to. Obviously he thinks it's like Scorsese following the Rolling Stones around, this documentary team, but it's really sort of a Where Are They Now documentary... it's almost a musical, really.''
Gervais, who starred in 'The Office' and 'Extras', hopes to begin shooting the film next year, adding that it is likely to hit cinemas in 2016.
He said: ''It can certainly have a theatrical release around the world. But we're not talking 'blockbuster'. We're probably talking an under 10 million dollar movie. I'm not making a Hobbit movie here.''