The next time you get a call from Angie Stone, don’t ignore it.
The publisher of the New York Times is reportedly in talks with the publisher of Rolling Stone to help promote the new documentary film on the life and career of the Rolling Stone founder, the Times reported Friday.
The documentary, titled “Angie Stone: The Life,” will premiere on the PBS channel Nov. 6.
The film will also air on Lifetime.
“We’re in the middle of discussions with Angie to try to bring her on board as an executive producer,” a source told the Times.
The project is “an absolute no-brainer” for Stone, the source said, and she is “incredibly excited” to be part of the effort.
Stone has been a regular contributor to Rolling Stone since 2004, but she has had limited involvement since her death in 2013.
Stone’s book “The Making of Angie” is scheduled for a limited release on Nov. 13.
Rolling Stone’s upcoming book “Angels: A Biography of a Woman” is due out in 2018.
Stone was also a frequent guest on the “Hannity” radio show, and the book has been in production for years.
She is survived by her sons, Peter and Matt Stone, and her daughter, Angie.