Spike Lee’s next project is guaranteed to get a rise out of people.

Following his previous two projects — the drama “Da 5 Bloods” for Netflix and the performance documentary “David Byrne’s American Utopia” for HBO — Lee will next tackle a screen musical inspired by the launch of Viagara.

According to Entertainment Weekly, Lee has teamed up with British playwright and actor Kwame Kwei-Armah to co-write he screenplay, which will be based on David Kusher’s Esquire article “All Rise: The Untold Story of The Guys Who Launched Viagra”.

Stew Stewart and Heidi Rodewald, the songwriting duo responsible for the Tony-winning musical “Passing Strange”, have signed on to compose the songs and music.

Lee issued a quirky statement to announce the as-yet-untitled film.

“First And Foremost,I Thank Ms. Jacquelyn Shelton Lee. I Thank My Late Mother For As She Would Say Taking ‘My Narrow,Rusty Behind’ Dragging,Kickin’ And Screamin’ To The Movies When I Wuz A Nappy Headed Kid Growing Up In Da Streets Of Da People’s Republic Of Brooklyn. I Did Not Want To See Corny People Singin’ And Dancin’. I Instead Wanted To Play With My Friends On Da Block,Stoop Ball,Stick Ball,Punch Ball, Soft Ball, Basketball,2 Hand Touch, Tackle Football, Coco Leevio, Johnny On Da Pony, Hot,Peas And Butter, Crack Top,Down Da Sewer And Of Course-Booty’s Up. All The Great New York City Street Games That Might Be Sadly Lost Forever. My Father,Bill Lee,Jazz/Folk Bassist,Composer HATED HollyWeird Movies,Henceforth And What Not,Me Being The Eldest Of 5 Children I Became Mommy’s Movie Date. She Was A Cinefile. Thank You Lawdy She Didn’t Listen To My Ongoing Complaints About Musicals. So Finally Going Into My 4th Decade As A Filmmaker I Will Be Directing An DANCIN’,ALL SINGIN’ MUSICAL Spike Lee Joint And I Can’t Wait. My Moms Has Been Waiting TOO!!! And Dats Da Rodgers And Hammerstein Truth,Ruth.”