Get ready for Nigel Farage... the movie. The Hollywood film-maker behind the
franchise is in talks about making a film of the former Ukip leader's campaign to take Britain out of the European Union.
Warner Brothers, one of the world's most successful film studios, is in talks with Arron Banks, the insurance millionaire who funded Leave.EU, about a film based on his diary of the successful campaign.
Andy Wigmore, a spokesman for Mr Banks, said: "We have had some very serious Hollywood people in touch with us who are going to buy the rights to the book. They want to buy the option on it."
Producers from Warner Brothers are hoping to meet Mr Farage and Mr Banks when they next visit the United States, for the inauguration of US President-elect Donald Trump later in January.
Mr Banks' diary, titled
, which charts the highs and lows of the campaign has proved to be an unexpected hit in the bookshops.
Mr Wigmore said that while the producers "have done a bit of research... effectively that book is like a screenplay so half the work has been done for them".
Any cash made from the film would go to charity, Mr Wigmore said. "It is not like it is something we would personally benefit from. The Bad Boys of Brexit - the film. It is a comedy."
The book details how Mr Banks ran the Leave.EU campaign with the help of his key aide Andy Wigmore and American polling expert Gerry Gunster.
The trio worked closely with Mr Farage, persuading him to take part in the famous Battle of the Thames when a flotilla of pro-Leave fishing boats was assailed by one carrying singer Bob Geldof.
Other less successful ventures include a failed BBop concert which featured members of 1980s pop band Bucks Fizz and an Elvis impersonator.
Amazon describes the book as an "honest, uncensored and highly entertaining diary of the campaign that changed the course of history".
The description adds: "From a David Brent-style office on an industrial estate in the south-west, Banks masterminded an extraordinary social media campaign against the tyrannies of Brussels that became a mass movement for Brexit.
"He tore up the political rule book, sinking £8 million of his personal fortune into a madcap campaign targeting ordinary voters up and down the country."
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David Cameron: Hugh Bonneville?
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Angela Merkel: Helena Bonham Carter?
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Hilary Clinton: Meryl Streep?
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