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A Grace Coddington Movie Is In The Works

10/16/2015 02:32 EDT | Updated 10/16/2015 02:59 EDT

Get ready, fashionistas. A Grace Coddington movie is coming to your local cinema.

American Vogue's famous creative director has revealed that the film rights to her 2012 book, "Grace: A Memoir," have been bought by the same company behind Sofia Coppola's 2013 film "The Bling Ring." Coddington, who became a household name after the release of the 2009 fly-on-the-wall documentary "The September Issue," let Fashionista in on the news.

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"A company called A24 bought the rights to it," she told the fashion website, admitting that she doesn't know when it will be hitting the big screen or who will be playing her: "It's a very slow business compared to the fashion business."

After the release of her memoir, it was reported that Sony considered adapting the book into a film or TV series.

We're already getting our popcorn ready for this one.

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