In a story from Variety it seems that HBO is putting together a film that is inspired by the writings of former Rolling Stones producer and manager Andrew Loog Oldham.
The cable network optioned Oldham's biography, Stoned and 2Stoned.
The film is being written and executive produced by Wesley Strick. They are describing the project as a "fictional account of a young man living the high life with artists and hipsters in London's vibrant Soho scene in the early 1960s."
Oldham started working with The Rolling Stones in 1963. He produced early recordings such as the hits "(I Can't Get No) Satisfaction," "Get Off of My Cloud" and "Ruby Tuesday." He was the group's co-manager until 1967.
In 1965, Oldham started Immediate Records that featured such artists as the Small Faces, Rod Stewart, Fleetwood Mac and Humble Pie.