It has been confirmed that the late TV presenter Caroline Flack will make her final onscreen appearance in Michael Winterbottom’s film Greed.
Caroline tragically took her own life yesterday (February 15), a week before the satirical feature-film releases, in which she will now posthumously appear alongside Steve Coogan and Isla Fisher.
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The 40-year-old played a character who hands over a cheque to Coogan’s Sir Richard McCreadie, announcing: “Now time for the man you’ve all been waiting for… the king of the high street.”
Greed, which premiered at last year’s Toronto International Film Festival, takes aim at the ridiculousness of wealth and centres around Coogan’s billionaire fashion mogul, who’s celebrating his 60th birthday on the island of Mykonos.
You can watch the full trailer featuring Caroline’s cameo here:
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Meanwhile, after the news broke, fellow TV presenter Maya Jama was just one of the many celebrities who shared a response to the loss of Caroline.
She wrote on Twitter: “So so devastating. Can’t believe I’m writing RIP Caroline Flack, she was an amazing woman and always someone I looked up to in our line of work, She gave me advice on how to handle trolls & papers writing bullshit multiple times and I can’t even imagine how she would have felt..”
Greed will be released in cinemas on February 21.
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