London: Former Oasis singer Liam Gallagher, who is working on new film ‘The Longest Cocktail Party’, claims he will never get completely absorbed into films.
However, the rock star, whose new production company, In 1,is backing the movie, admitted that he could not let go an opportunity to be part of the biopic based on Richard DiLello`s memoir.
He was present at the Cannes Film Festival with Andrew Eaton of Revolution Films, who will collaborate on the project, which charts the "wild rise and fall" of the record company at the end of the 1960s.
"I`m not going into films, this is the last thing for me. I mean I`m not going to get sucked into that. I`m going to do this one thing because I like it, and I`ve got the opportunity to do it, and Andrew`s going to make it happen, and that`s it," the Mirror quoted Gallagher, as saying.
DiLello worked as the resident "House Hippie" at Apple, which signed artists such as James Taylor, Mary Hopkin and Badfinger, from 1968 to 1970.
Gallagher added that the memoir had held "biblical" meaning for his former Oasis bandmates.