Kim Kardashian & Kanye West Making Film About Their Life Starring Sofia Vergara?

Kim Kardashian & Kanye West Making Film About Their Life Starring Sofia Vergara?

We’re accustomed to seeing each moment of Kim Kardashian’s, 34, life play out on TV, however her association with Kanye West, 38, is infrequently archived. Be that as it may, now, the couple may be giving us an opportunity to see what their lives are truly like! Kimye wants to make a film about themselves with an A-list cast, another report claims.


The buzzed-about couple has apparently as of now gotten three major film companies inspired in a potential biopic about their lives.

“I doubt we are talking about an Oscar-worthy production with high artistic merit,” a Universal executive allegedly explained. “But with almost 45 million Twitter followers between them, they have a worldwide fan base which virtually guarantees box office success followed by strong DVD sales.”

Yet, hold up… it gets better. Kim supposedly wants Sofia Vergara to star as her in the flick! What’s more, on the off chance that she can’t have the Modern Family star, Christina Hendricks is likewise a thought. In the interim, Yeezy has his eye on Terrence Howard. Hmm… really elevated objectives, no?

Kim Kardashian & Kanye West Making Film About Their Life Starring Sofia Vergara? Kim Kardashian & Kanye West Making Film About Their Life Starring Sofia Vergara?

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