Late Jade Goody's rollercoaster life is set to be turned into a Hollywood movie, it has emerged.
According to reports, the trustees of reality TV star's estate are keen on making a movie on her second autobiography Catch A Falling Star.
'Her story lends itself to a biographical film. She's captured the mood of the nation,' the Mirror quoted trustee Danny Hayward as telling The Times.
'We want to tap into raising awareness of cervical cancer,' he added.
They are eager to tap in Nick Love, director of The Business and The Football Factory, to helm the project.
A spokesperson from Love's company Vertigo films said he was 'very flattered' by the suggestion.
Goody lost her battle to cervical cancer on March 22.
Text: ANI | Photograph: Punit Paranjpe/ REUTERS