The storyline will follow Lola Pearce as she and her loved ones come to terms with her diagnosis.
Liam Payne, Vicky McClure, Usain Bolt and Mo Farah also appear in the portrait exhibition which is raising funds for Unicef.
The former England hooker was diagnosed with early-onset dementia and chronic traumatic encephalopathy in November 2020.
Her widow, Matthew Hutchins, will serve as executive producer when filming resumes in January 2023.
The news was announced on the 60th anniversary of the premiere of the first James Bond movie, Dr No.
M People founding member Mike Pickering is furious their track was used by the Conservative Party.
The former spin doctor accused the TV presenter of being, "part of the populist nonsense that is bringing the country down."
RMT leader Mick Lynch will make a guest appearance on the track, with some of his now famous responses to questions from the media.