Remember that book –L.A. Candy was the name, and it spent a moment, terrifyingly enough, at the top of the N.Y. Times Bestseller list — that The Hills’ Lauren Conrad “wrote”? It looks like her story may be made into a movie.
Lauren admits to hoping for a movie deal and is said to be weighing her options. She has options? There is more than one homeless, IV drug user that’s interested in this project? It’s at a level of making a pros and cons list to see which way to go with it? If this doesn’t kill Beet, nothing will.
I’m trying to think of what actors would agree to star in a Lauren Conrad production? I think it’s safe to say that this would be a Lifetime Television project, so that leaves Tori Spelling, Jodie Sweetin, and that chick from the show Life Goes On as contenders.
In the meantime, Conrad is “working” on a sequel. “It picks up where the first left off. I signed a three-book deal, so this is all part of the same story. The second book will be more dramatic than the first. It’s a relief, because I didn’t have to worry about character introductions.” Lauren Conrad having firsthand knowledge of character development is about as likely as Josh Duggar getting arrested for solicitation.
Thankfully, we are not alone in thinking that Lauren isn’t cranking out these literary masterpieces by herself. Former Laguna Beach co-star Kristin Cavallari recently said, “Lauren says she wrote it, but I don’t know. Writing a book is not so easy.”
Lauren’s response: “I wrote my book, and I don’t really feel the need to defend it. I’ve been writing forever. I have never written anything professionally before, so this was a big step for me. [Writing] was always my best subject in school, and it’s something I’ve always loved to do.”