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Margot Robbie, Brad Pitt, Reese Witherspoon & More Gunning To Produce Britney Spears Biopic

With Britney Spears' bombshell memoir The Woman In Me becoming one of the biggest selling books in quite some time, it should come as no surprise that Hollywood would come knocking on the "Stronger" singer's door.

Reports are circulating that some pretty big Hollywood A-listers are bidding to bring The Woman In Me to the big screen.

Brad Pitt, Reese Witherspoon and Margot Robbie are rumored to be in the running to produce the film.

Meanwhile Shonda Rhimes, who wrote Crossroads, the 2001 film Spears starred in alongside Zoe Saldana and Taryn Manning is not pursuing the project.

“It’s only beginning to take shape,” one insider shares.

In fact, Spears, 41, rescheduled a recent meeting with an unnamed top producer “at the last minute” because she “didn’t feel up to it,” according to the Ankler, which was first to report the news.

A source told the Hollywood newsletter that the pop star is “overwhelmed by the response” to her book’s Oct. 24 release and the “media frenzy surrounding it,” causing her team to “hold off on making any major decisions about where the rights end up until she has time to catch her breath.”

The Ankler also reported that Spears is separately in talks for a participatory documentary that could come with a $40 million paycheck.

I would love to see The Woman In Me on the big screen, and if this story turns out to be true, I think I would actually like to see Margot produce the film. She has proven not only to be a great actress, but a pretty good producer. I,Tonya, Birds of Prey and Barbie proves she understands how to bring stories to life featuring strong, compelling women.


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