London, Mar 23 : Heather Mills has now set her sights on Hollywood - and is hoping to star in Martin Scorsese's documentary on late Beatle George Harrison.
The 40-year-old former model said she is one of the last people to visit Harrison prior to his death from cancer in November 2001.
A source said that Mills was willing to meet the legendary Oscar-winning director to discuss her memories of the late Beatle.
"Heather went with Paul to visit George on his deathbed," the Daily Express quoted the source, as saying.
"She is interested in Scorsese's plans and feels she can offer a different and objective perspective.
"She's willing to meet him. She thinks the film is a good idea. Heather is more appreciated in the US than in this country. Her view will be greatly appreciated," the source added.
The movie will cover Harrison's time in The Beatles, his solo career, his devotion to Eastern mysticism and his film production company, Handmade Films, which made The Long Good Friday, Withnail And I and Monty Python's Life Of Brian.
Scorsese has not yet commented on Mills's offer.
"We have access to the entire archive and it will be more about his personal life," Scorsese said.
"I love cinema but I like documentaries better. You really get a sense of human nature and the dynamics between people are so wonderful," he added.