It is grammatically correct, but needs a very specific context to be semantically appropriate: there is one picture in conversational context, and the speaker suggests to move towards it.
If you meant to invite someone to see a movie, "go to the pictures" (plural) would be more appropriate.
I cannot trace any source for the quote of Liam Gallagher saying 'I'm having him' about Sid Vicious, but I think it is fairly clear that when Gallagher uses that expression he means 'I very much admire him'. He was quoted in 2017 praising Bradley Walsh, a soap star, TV presenter and singer:
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The wider context of the quote would help, but in 1980s playground slang "having" somebody meant you were going to beat them up.
Jonesy was slagging me off at breaktime, I'm having him after school.
Given Liam's age and northern roots, he'd have used that kind of language.
But, as Sid Vicious died in 1979 when Liam Gallagher was 7, it is unlikely he ...
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