This past March, Lauren Conrad told MTV News that she and the rest of “The Hills” cast had talked about bringing the absurdly popular reality television show to the big-screen.
But just outside of two weeks later, Heidi Montag told us in no uncertain terms that Conrad was out of her mind with delusions of grandeur, insisting in an interview that the possibility of a “Hills” feature film had never even been “discussed.”
Which one is it? Is a “Hills” film in the works? We needed a tie-breaker.
“Not on my end,” Audrina Patridge told us from the set of her new movie “Sorority Row.” “I don’t know. I haven’t really heard anything about a ‘Hills’ movie, so no.”
But would Audrina be interested should the opportunity arise?
Maybe, the 23-year-old rising star shrugged.
“I’d have to sit down with the producers and see their ideas and see what they’d want to film,” she answered.
Even if she had answered with a no-doubt about it “yes,” the mere idea of a “Hills” movie raises scores of additional questions, of course, notably what in the heck the film would be about, what format it would take, etc.
For her part, Audrina thinks he answer is pretty straight-forward.
“I think it would be like a really long reality, like one long episode, obviously,” she said, not sounding too excited at the prospect.
The question ends…for now. But if not a movie, what should the end game be for the girls of “The Hills”? How can they go out? Would you want them to reconsider a leap to the big-screen? Sound off on all your thoughts below.