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Who Should Play Brandi Glanville in the Movie? 5 Suggestions!

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On Tuesday Brandi Glanville tweeted, “Omg just had a talk about turning my book in2 a movie! Maybe we should pitch it to Lifetime ;) An unromantic comedy! #pinchme.”

The movie would be based on her best selling book Drinking and Tweeting: And Other Brandi Blunders which has been getting tons of press. And really, a movie based on the book is the next natural step!

RadarOnline talked to a source that confirmed that Brandi is in talks about a movie being made of her life story.

“Brandi wouldn’t want to actually be in the movie or play herself,” the source said.

So, who would play her?

Here are five suggestions for casting. Who do you think would be best?

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  • Elizabeth Berkley 1 of 5
    Elizabeth Berkley
    Showgirls is a total classic. Brandi can be a bit campy and so can Elizabeth Berkley, a great match!
  • Elizabeth Banks 2 of 5
    Elizabeth Banks
    Elizabeth Banks is a bit edgy, and so is Brandi! We could totally see Elizabeth pull out a great Brandi performance.
  • Christina Applegate 3 of 5
    Christina Applegate
    One thing, Brandi is funny. Really funny. We think an actress who can do comedy would be a great match, like Christina Applegate.n
  • Diane Lane 4 of 5
    Diane Lane
    Diane Lane is just so classic, and she could totally do the emotional range needed for Brandi's story. And as someone recently going through divorced, she can relate
  • Leslie Bibb 5 of 5
    Leslie Bibb
    A source said that Brandi already has an idea!
    "In fact, she already has someone picked out to play her part. She really thinks actress Leslie Bibb would be the perfect fit." And I think we may agree!
    Source: RadarOnline
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