Moss Plots Movie Break; ITS FRIDAY

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Moss Plots Movie Break; ITS FRIDAY


Bamigboye, Baz, Daily Mail (London)


Byline: BAZ BAMIGBOYE

KATE MOSS is going into the film business, but she's clever enough to know that her cover-girl appeal may not translate to the big screen. So she has joined forces with producer Michael White to turn one of her favourite books into a movie.

The novel, Good Fairies Of New York, is a fable written by Martin Millar.

It's a fairy tale for adults about two naughty sprites who are booted out of Scotland. They make their way to New York and become involved in all manner of fun and nefarious adventures.

'Kate read the book, loved it and came running round with it crying: "We've got to make this into a film," ' White explained.

They're going down the animation route at the moment because they feel using live actors to play two fairies - female ones - might not work.

'Neither of us has decided 100pc on animation, but the idea of shrunken actors is a bit odd,' White admitted.

Moss has been offered many film roles over the years but she rarely accepts them, though she once did a Blackadder special for the Millennium Dome.

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