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First trucker hats, then a Kitson carbon copy, and now this. Already a woman of many titles — supreme pet pamperer! recording artist/DJ! hotel heiress! — Paris Hilton is adding producer to her curriculum vitae with a second documentary starring herself. (What, you didn't see the first one?)
As our national site reports, the former reality star is currently shopping the project with producer Jamie Freed (who was behind Hilton's 2011 solo reality show) and a handful of production companies at Cannes Film Festival. The doc will focus on the "modern-day Marilyn Monroe—beautiful, iconized, world famous, shaped by mass media and misunderstood," per directors Don Argott and Sheena Joyce, and is will likely delve into the mid-aughts celebutante's new life as a jet-setting DJ and mogul.