The comedian revealed to Absolute Radio's Ben Jones he and comedy partner Julian Barratt are writing the film at the moment and already have enough ideas for more Mighty Boosh movies.
Noel said: "Hopefully, I like the road movies with Bing and Bob, hopefully we could just do lots - that would be great if we could do that."
He added: "There's a couple of ideas for films, there's one we've got quite far into, and then there's one that's sort of quite a good idea that we're just working out now.
"And then there's one that's like a musical, like a Rocky Horror type thing, and then there's an album as well, so lots hopefully coming, it's just we need to do some writing.
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Vic Reeves and Bob Mortimer bounced back onto BBC2 on Wednesday night with their resuscitated 90s panel show, Shooting Stars. The hosts' questions ("Jeremy Kyle is king of the Gypsies: true or false?" and "Name someone with a face") were pleasingly snigger-worthy. But watching this pair of greying coots trot out familiar catchphrases and routines prompted more groans than guffaws. The One Show's Christine Blakely suffered through Reeves hackneyed letching and thigh rubbing, while Mortimer's unadventurous brown shirt and sallow complexion screamed, "I'm too old for this! Call me a cab." It was half an hour of predictable, awkward irreverence. What was fresh, edgy and hilariously perturbing 15 years ago now seems stagnant.
It feels unkind to crucify Vic and Bob for their uninspired revival. Few comics ...Read more