'RHOBH': Brandi Glanville's Book May Become a Movie
'RHOBH': Brandi Glanville's Book May Become a Movie
Gina Pusateri
Gina Pusateri
Contributing Writer, BuddyTV
Only a few days after finding out her book Drinking and Tweeting: And Other Brandi Blunders was on the New York Times best-sellers list, Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star Brandi Glanville is now tweeting about her book possibly being made into a movie.

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"Omg just had a talk about turning my book into a movie!" Brandi tweeted Monday. "Maybe we should pitch it to Lifetime. An unromantic comedy! Pinch me!"

Radar Online also has a source that says the book has a chance to make it to the big screen.

"A lot of people though Brandi was sort of joking in her tweet about the movie, but she wasn't," the insider told Radar. "She's already had several meetings about making her book into a movie."

Although the book may be adapted, you shouldn't expect to see Brandi up on the big screen playing herself. In fact, according to the insider, if she had a decision in the casting, Brandi would want Iron Man star Leslie Bibb to play her.

"She's really excited about this," the insider said. "The biggest compliment an author can get is having their book made into a movie."

And of course, it wouldn't be a Brandi story if her ex-husband Eddie Cibrian's new wife, LeAnn Rimes, weren't mentioned at least once.

"Turning this book into a movie is enough to send LeAnn over the edge," the source said. "Not only does LeAnn not want the book's details splashed on a movie screen, but Brandi's success is really what's driving her nuts. She's absolutely green with envy."

It isn't unlikely that some of Brandi's RHOBH co-stars would also be envious of all the attention Brandi's getting (Kyle Richards, we're talking to you). But if this does happen, Brandi may finally have enough money to fend off petty lawsuits filed by Adrienne Maloof.

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