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Drama! Kris Angles To Turn Kim's Paris Robbery Ordeal Into Movie

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Nov. 2 2016, Published 11:05 p.m. ET

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RadarOnline.com has learned that true to form, Kris Jenner thinks she's come up with the perfect plan to capitalize on Kim Kardashian's heist nightmare — making it into a movie!

"She's frantically assembling a movie concept to pitch to the studios," a source revealed. "She sees it as a glamorous thriller to rival The People v. O.J. Simpson: American Crime Story."

As RadarOnline.com reported, Kardashian, 36, was recently the victim of a brutal home invasion and robbery in Paris. A group of armed thieves tied the traumatized reality star up and stole millions of dollars worth of her jewels.

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Now Jenner, 60, hopes to make millions from any potential film deal based on the vicious crime.

"She only wants to see A-list actors in starring roles," said the insider.

In particular, "Kris is fantasizing about Mila Kunis or Natalie Portman playing Kim."

So what are the chances a deal will be struck and Kardashian will be portrayed on the silver screen? Pretty good, at least according to the source. "Kris is a woman who is used to getting her way!"

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