FOR years they have dominated celebrity culture – on your TV, your Twitter feed, your Snapchat stories and this very column.
Now the KARDASHIANS are set to bring their madness to the one place they have yet to conquer — the big screen.
Hollywood bosses are in talks with America’s most famous family about a first Kardashian feature film.
KRIS JENNER’s klan have been offered more than $100,000,000 to star in the movie, which will have a full storyline and be shot in Los Angeles and New York.
The news was confirmed this week by a top film exec to the Kardashian’s biographer, New York Times best-selling author IAN HALPERIN.
He revealed: “A top Hollywood studio executive told me today that his major studio intends to make a huge offer to the Kardashian family to star in a feature-length film.
“The studio’s research showed the Kardashians could become the highest TV show-turned-movie ever.
“The first Sex and the City movie pulled in close to $500million worldwide and a Kardashian film would do almost double.
“The exec stressed that part of the deal would include a nine-figure upfront offer plus a backend of the film’s earnings.
“One of my key Kardashian sources has confirmed the family are very interested about graduating to the big screen.”
Since launching on E! in 2007, Keeping Up With The Kardashians has become one of history’s most successful reality shows.
KIM — in London with hubby KANYE WEST on Monday for the Vogue 100 gala dinner at London’s Kensington Gardens — is now a mega star along with sisters KOURTNEY, KHLOE, KENDALL and KYLIE.
Ian, whose book Kardashian Dynasty is out now, added: “The studio exec said he expects to get several major A-listers to make cameos. GEORGE CLOONEY, JIMMY FALLON and CHARLIZE THERON will all be approached.”
She described Kim as “brave and pioneering” on Good Morning Britain.