Lauren Conrad Wants Her Own Movie

By: Celebuzz / July 28, 2009

Lauren Conrad may be giving us another sweet treat to bite on.

The reality star-turned-fashionista-turned-novelist may be making yet another career leap.

 LC revealed to The New York Daily News’ “Gatecrasher” column that she’s in talks for a movie adaptation of her novel L.A. Candy.

“We’re hoping for a movie deal,” Conrad revealed while hosting the Pool After Dark party at Harrah’s in Atlantic City over the weekend. “I’m working on [adapting the book for the movies] right now, but I don’t want to commit to anything until I see all my options. We have had a lot of exciting news in that respect, though.”

We’re dying to know who is going to play Conrad…we mean Jane Roberts, a character whose life mirrors Conrad’s life almost exactly. After all, how many girls wind up moving to Hollywood, getting a reality show and working at an events company?

Conrad reveals that the casting is still up in the air. “I haven’t even thought about it,” she confessed.

We hear Heidi Montag is looking for an acting gig!

Speaking of LC’s enemies, Laguna Beach co-star Kristin Cavallari doesn’t even believe Conrad wrote the book herself. “Lauren says she wrote it, but I don’t know,” Cavallari laughed. “Writing a book is not so easy.”

But Lauren is standing by her work. “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.”

Well that just about puts any doubts of ours to rest. And to top it all off, the fashion maven revealed that she just finished penning her second novel.

“I actually finished the first draft—I’m doing edits right now,” Lauren revealed. “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.”

Well we love drama, especially when Conrad is involved!