Just days after Jade Goody’s untimely death, it’s been decided that her life story is being made into a movie.
She died of cervical cancer at the age of 27, which has prompted a lot of people to start being more proactive when it comes to getting screenings.
A spokesman for Jade’s family told the London Times that director Nick Love has already been approached to do the film. A spokesperson at Vertigo films, Love's company, said he was "very flattered" by the suggestion.
The family rep went on to say, "Her story lends itself to a biographical film. She's captured the mood of the nation. We want it to tap into raising awareness of cervical cancer."
And it seems everyone is interested in learning more about Jade. Her publicist Max Clifford tells the Daily Telegraph, "Everyone wants to cover her story. I've had interview requests from Larry King, Oprah Winfrey and every major TV network.
"She has achieved so much by simply being herself and telling people just how it is. That's the most refreshing thing about Jade - her honesty.”
"When a story becomes this big, the more chance there is about something like that happening."
We could definitely see this happening, but it seems a little too soon to be making money off of Jade’s cancer battle. The family should be allowed some time to grieve before giving up the rights to her story!