|Jasmine Solana |||Aug 12, 2014 09:16 AM EDT|
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Katie Price is reportedly in talks with Hollywood bosses for a potential blockbuster movie based on her life story.
The reality star is putting the pages of her five tell-all autobiographies to the big screen, according to several sources.
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An insider told UK's Mirror that there have been ongoing negotiations between Price and Simon and Schuster, a publishing company in the United States, saying that the publishers are positive that there will be a clamor to watch "a dramatisation of Katie's crazy life."
The insider told the publication that Price was "clever" enough to put all of her 36 years' worth of experience in her books, which the star can use to "for the basis for a film of her life."
In fact, the publishers are eager to get Price signed on that they're offering her a "hefty pay cheque," the source said.
Katie, however, won't be gracing the big screen any time soon. But the reality star reportedly has actress Carmen Electra in mind to play her part.
The source said Katie has always been a fan of Electra, who she met in a photo shoot in the past, and that she thinks the actress can bring "a lot of necessary drama" to the film production.
If the talks went well, the potential Hollywood blockbuster could include many of the recent dramas in the UK star's life, which also included a pregnancy.
The former model gave birth to her fifth child, a baby girl, on Aug. 4. Price and husband Kieran Hayler are also parents to Jett, 11 months.
In the days of her going into labor, Price discovered that Hayler, who is a builder and a former stripper, had an affair with two of her best friends.
The 36-year-old UK reality star also has three other children - 12-year-old Harvey, 9-year-old Junior and 7-year-old Princess - from past relationships.
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