The boy bands of the 90s have had a pretty strong resurgence in the last couple of years and now Lance Bass is looking to bring the music of NSYNC back tot he forefront with a new film that’s being described as Girl’s Trip meets Pitch Perfect.

Variety broke the news on the new report that the film was just picked up by Tristar and will be produced by Bass and Cindy Cowan (Robert De Niro’s “Red Lights,”, “Very Bad things”, the doc “Miracle on 42nd Street”).

The film is based on the true story of two best friends from Park City, Utah, who used game show earnings to buy a motor home and travel the U.S. to catch Bass and company — Justin Timberlake, JC Chasez, Joey Fatone and Chris Kirkpatrick — on their fourth and final national tour.

There’s no word on whether the actual band members will appear in the film as themselves or possibly as Easter Egg-style cameos, but their music will feature heavily into the story.