Mick Jagger is making new movie moves. Deadline.com says the Rolling Stones frontman is co-producing the tentatively titled "Tabloid", an adult thriller that could also see him in a starring role.  Jagger, who reportedly came up with the idea for the movie, is said to be eyeing the role of a global media mogul some have described as bearing similarity to NewsCorp Chairman Rupert Murdoch.  The film will be co-produced through Jagger's own Jagged Films and Steve Bing's Shangri-La Entertainment banner. 

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Jagger's last acting role was in the 2001 film "The Man From Elysian Fields."  He has had a hand in producing a handful of films in the years since, including the 2008 comedy "The Women," the drama "Enigma" and the Martin Scorsese Rolling Stones documentary "Shine a Light."