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At 40, Munson was institutionalized after an enraptured suitor killed his wife to be with her.
Regan plans to shop the movie rights, and thinks Jennifer Lawrence should play the lead.
We’re not quite sure what, if anything, Regan was trying to promote, aside from her Sirius radio show.
But, as she explained in her interview with Grove, “I tried to give them as few opportunities as I could to edit it and to make me [look like] the most miserable bitch on earth.” Basically, it worked.
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And she is anxious to take another stab at pitching her projects to the industry.
After a short wait, Regan, whose trademark long brown hair has grayed slightly, joins me in a conference room, wearing a clean-pressed pantsuit and platforms on a chilly Manhattan day, carrying a stack of her latest proofs.
In the late ’90s, there was no bigger name in the publishing world than Regan. The hyper-aggressive queen bee of the printed word dominated the bestseller list with a steady stream of celebrity tell-alls, including Jenna Jameson’s “How to Make Love Like a Porn Star” and Howard Stern’s “Private Parts.” But in 2006, after nabbing what should have been her biggest coup — O. Simpson’s “If I Did It,” a pseudo-murder confession — Regan was promptly fired from Harper Collins.
She eventually sued and won .75 million for defamation, and in an ironic twist, the O. book was released by the family of victim Ron Goldman, and became a best-seller. Regan, 62, has spent years trying to claw her way out of literary jail and is re-aiming her sights on Hollywood after a failed attempt a decade ago to peddle her salacious titles to the town.
Her imprint, Regan Arts, which had a soft launch in 2013, is now in full swing.