Lauren Conrad wrote 'L.A. Candy' herself, could adapt into feature film

Laurenconrad Though both Kristin Cavallari and I have publicly questioned whether or not Lauren Conrad really wrote her New York Times best-seller, "L.A. Candy," the former "Hills" star says she absolutely did.

And there is talk of turning said best-seller into a big screen flick.

"We're hoping for a movie deal," L.C. told the New York Daily News this weekend while partying in Atlantic City. "I'm working on [adapting the book into a screenplay] right now, but I don't want to commit to anything until I see all my options. We have a lot of exciting news in that respect though."

So who would play L.C.'s lead character, Jane Roberts, a girl who moves to L.A. and gets her own reality show?

Probably not Conrad since she's said in the past that she can't act.

Oh, I know! How about Cavallari?!

After all, she's a budding thespian, starring in the new straight-to-DVD release, "Van Wilder"...


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