Lauren Conrad Thinks Lo Bosworth Should Star In 'L.A. Candy'

'Lo has taken a couple of acting classes in her life,' former 'Hills' star jokes.

Just days after it was announced that Lauren Conrad would hook up with the "Twilight" producers to make her best-selling novel, "L.A. Candy," into a film, Conrad still isn't sure who she'd like to get to play the book's heroine, Jane Roberts. Not that she's anywhere near casting at this point.

"We've made a partnership, and we're working with writers at the moment," she told MTV News at the launch of her Kohl's LC Lauren Conrad clothing line.

She may not be anywhere near casting the flick, but that doesn't mean she shouldn't start to throw out names of people she'd like to see make their way into the film. And, sorry, Stephanie Pratt, but Queen Latifah's name didn't come up once. For that matter, neither did Kristen Stewart's.

"No [I don't know who should be in it]," Conrad said. "[That's] the question I do not have an answer for. I have no idea! I feel like I'm going to shoot for someone crazy amazing, and then they're going to be like, 'Ugh, yeah, I'll do your movie.' "

So instead of reaching for the stars, Conrad picked someone she knows might agree to do the flick, her friend and former "Hills" co-star Lo Bosworth. And in case you're wondering whether Bosworth has acting chops, Conrad assures her fans that her pal has taken lessons. "I have to do research. We'll see," she said. "I would like Lo Bosworth. Lo has taken a couple of acting classes in her life."