Mick Jagger may bring a bigger bang to the small screen.
The Rolling Stones frontman is in negotiations with ABC to play a pivotal role in a comedy pilot about a group of working-class guys in New York who decide to get rich by robbing a celebrity, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
Jagger would be the victimized celebrity.
The show was originally titled, "I Want to Rob Jeff Goldblum," but Goldblum is already working on his own pilot with network rival NBC. Jagger is only scheduled to appear in a few scenes, and the show's title won't feature his name.
Jagger, 62, last starred as himself in "Being Mick," a 2001 TV documentary in which Oscar-winning director Kevin Macdonald followed Sir Mick, his friends and family during the recording of his solo album, "Goddess in the Doorway."
The pilot stars Donal Logue, who played a maladjusted father on the short-lived FOX comedy "Grounded for Life."
DVDs of the pilot -- without Jagger's scenes -- have already been spotted in the bootleg market, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
Jagger would be the second Brit rock star joining the ABC team this fall. Elton John is reportedly working with the network on a half-hour comedy pilot called "Him and Us."