Kate Moss is set to make her big screen debut in a Sadie Frost production after Frost insisted now is the "right time" for the her friend to star in a motion picture.
Frost - the former wife of Hollywood actor Jude Law - said: "I have my own production company now called Blonde to Black and we'd love to get Kate on the big screen.
"We've got a few roles for her - no pressure. But if she wants to, we'd love her to."
Frost previously starred alongside Moss, 38, in a TV sketch for charity Comic Relief in 2009, and the businesswoman insists she has always encouraged the blonde beauty to star in a motion picture and thinks now is the "right time" for her to make the transition to the big screen.
She added to the Daily Telegraph: "I've done a few acting roles with her.
"We did the little Sadie, Stella thing with Katy Brand for Red Nose Day 2009 and Kate really comes across well on screen.
"I've always said to her, 'You should do it, you should do it.' I think it will be the right script and the right timing for her."
Moss previously starred in short film Blackadder: Back & Forth - based on the successful British sitcom - as the fictional Queen of England and Maid Marian, and she has also appeared in music videos by Sir Elton John and Primal Scream.