Britney Spears: her book “The Woman in Me” soon to be adapted for the cinema?

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A month after the release of Britney Spears’ book, many big names in Hollywood want to transpose it into the cinema. Discover the identity of those who could produce the film that will cause a lot of discussion.

They’re all fighting for it! Many movie stars want to adapt Britney Spears’ recent memoir, “The Woman in Me,” for the big screen. According to information relayed by the American media, “Page Six”, Margot Robbie, Shonda Rhimes, Reese Witherspoon and even Brad Pitt would be ready to pay a colossal sum to make a feature film or documentary on the life of the singer .

According to Forbes magazine, the rights for a film can go up to $4 million, but if Britney Spears appears in the project, the amount could reach up to $40 million. The “Toxic” singer has yet to publicly respond to the frenzy surrounding her book.

According to the site “Ankler”, this incredible craze would have pushed the team surrounding Britney Spears to “delay any major decisions on rights until she has time to catch her breath.”

Britney Spears: the book about her life is a hit

“The Woman in Me” is a real success. Britney Spears’ book sold more than 1.1 million copies in the first week after its release in the United States. Published on October 24, the memoirs of the American popstar were praised by critics.

In these pages, the singer makes unprecedented revelations about her personal life. She looks back on her rise and then her many struggles, particularly against the guardianship which allowed her father to control a large part of her life.

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