Kate Moss linked to 'Absolutely Fabulous' film
After impressing the creator of the upcoming 'Absolutely Fabulous' film with her cameo role in a charity television special of the show earlier this year, Kate Moss could be the next model to make the movie star transition.
The British model appeared alongside designer Stella McCartney and model David Gandy in a one-off edition of the sitcom Absolutely Fabulous earlier this year as part of UK charity event Sport Relief 2012.
Now the show's creator Jennifer Saunders, who is currently penning a film version of the hit comedy series, has announced she would like to get Moss involved in the project, which would see her follow in the footsteps of fellow models such as Milla Jovovich, Rosie Huntington-Whiteley and Agyness Deyn by making the leap to the big screen.
"Kate got on so well with the team, we'd love to work with her again," explained Saunders. "I'm currently writing the movie, so watch this space."
The Absolutely Fabulous film will follow the programme's main stars Patsy and Edina, as they embark on a trip to the French Riviera. Saunders, who also portrays Edina in the series, first teamed up with Moss back in 1996 when the model played herself in an episode of the sketch show French and Saunders.
"Kate's lovely," Saunders told Closer magazine. "She behaved so nicely and was such a sweet person. There was no nonsense. We've done stuff with Kate before and she's been wonderful, so it was great to work with her again. She is honestly probably the least precious person we've had on. I suppose it's because she doesn't have all those hang-ups about her looks like other people. She just threw herself into it and it was wonderful."
See Moss in action during the Absolutely Fabulous special: