Kim Kardashian's Ocean's Eight cameo centres around jewellery heist - report
Zayn Malik is also among the famous faces to have filmed a cameo appearance for the upcoming movie's Met Gala scene.
Kim Kardashian's Ocean's Eight cameo reportedly centres around a jewellery heist.
The 36-year-old reality star was seen filming scenes for the upcoming movie's Met Gala scene in New York on Monday night (16Jan17). She was joined by half-sister Kendall Jenner, while Kylie Jenner was also seen in the city and reported to be shooting her own cameo.
Now details of the plot have emerged, with a source telling the New York Post's gossip column Page Six that it "involves the theft of a high-end necklace in a museum bathroom".
Kim has agreed to shoot the cameo, despite recently being a victim of an armed robbery herself while staying in Paris, France, last October (16), when a gang of masked men made of with millions of dollars worth of jewellery.
Page Six notes that at present it's unclear whether Kim is going to be a victim of the heist in the film, or just a famous face in the crowd.
The Met Gala scene will be packed with celebrities, as it has also been claimed that former One Direction star Zayn Malik is has also filmed an appearance.
Entertainment Tonight reports Zayn was joined by some other famous faces including Katie Holmes, who previously confirmed she was playing herself in the movie, as well as Helena Bonham Carter, Olivia Munn, Hailey Baldwin and Maria Sharapova to film arrivals for the scene.
Zayn attended his first Met Gala last year (16), on the arm of model girlfriend Gigi Hadid. In keeping with the event's theme, Fashion in an Age of Technology, the Pillow Talk singer wore silver robot arms over his suit.
“I was asked to design my own costume by Donatella Versace,” he said in an interview with Dazed magazine. . “It was cool. I had seen a few people hitting me online, saying negative things about it… It’s a bit easy to just dress up in a suit. I like to do things that are a bit outside of that."
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