But a film, Linda and Monica, is being shopped around Hollywood. Linda Tripp is the woman who advised Monica to keep the blue dress.
From the New York Post:
Lucianne Goldberg — the literary agent who persuaded Tripp to start recording her phone calls with the chatty White House intern — is thrilled the drama might finally be coming to the big screen.
“No one has approached me about anything to do with this. But frankly, it’s a fabulous story and a lot isn’t known by the public,” Goldberg told me.
I’m picturing Selena Gomez as Lewinsky and Charlize Theron as Tripp.
A producer doesn’t need permission from public figures to tell their life stories, but could be sued for slander if the depiction is false and defamatory.
“I do love to involve lawyers,” Goldberg said. “And I think Linda might give whoever is doing it a tough time.”Reese Witherspoon as Lucianne.
Today is the 18th anniversary of Bill's impeachment.
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