DeVon Franklin is working on a biographical movie based on the life of gospel musician, songwriter, choir director and author Kirk Franklin.

Devon and kirk announced the news via a video on Instagram;

“I told y’all we about to change the game, this brother has allowed me to produce a movie about his life, thank you man,”  

“If ya think ‘Bohemian Rhapsody’ is something, if ya think ‘Rocket Man’ is something, wait, wait,” he added. 

The “Miracles from Heaven” producer then wrote in another Instagram post announcing the film;

“Makes me clap my hands, makes me wanna dance! STOMP!”  “GET READY!!! I’m so excited to produce a biopic on my brother @kirkfranklin – you are going to be blown away!”

Franklin announced the plans for the film on social media this month but did not reveal the title ideas for the biopic.

The popular filmmaker and “Breakthrough” creator will serve as an executive producer in the Franklin Entertainment film, produced by his label ‘Fo Yo Soul Entertainment’.

According to Deadline, filmmaker Brian Ivie, creator of “The Drop Box” and “Emmanuel” will write the film about the 14-time Grammy Award-winning artist.

The movie will share Kirk’s story from “his humble beginning through his meteoric rise to fame as he changes the face of gospel music and battles his demons in the process

Franklin has been dubbed a pioneer in gospel music since he began in 1993 with his album, Kirk Franklin & The Family.

The album sold over 1 million copies making gospel music history.

Kirk’s hits consist of  “Revolution,” “Stomp,” and “Wanna Be Happy?,” among others.

His latest album release, Long Live Love, continues to break records, becoming the first album in history to top all five Billboard gospel charts at one time.

In a recent interview on the popular syndicated radio show “The Breakfast Club” The gospel icon explained the inspiration behind his album title;

“It’s just very obvious where we are, just the climate of culture, just the polarization.

And even my Christian brothers even across the aisle and their lack of empathy for black and brown people

And not being able to understand that the Creator of love is challenging us to be able to learn how to love people that are not always the most lovable because we’re at times not always the most lovable but then still God is madly in love with us.”

The singer is currently out on a 26-city tour which began July 11.

He is also the host of the 9th season of the hit music competition show, Sunday Best, which returned to BET on June 30.