Dyan Cannon gets a “no” on Cary Grant’s memoir going on T.V.
HollywoodNews.com: Dyan Cannon’s Dear Cary memoir, covering her life as the 33 years-younger wife of screen legend Cary Grant, has only been out since Sept. 20, and it’s not only landed at No. 17 on the NY Times Best Seller list of hardcover nonfiction, it’s also elicited interest from — where else? — Hollywood.
”We’ve had nibbles for television, but I will not let it be made for TV,” says the actress, who tells us she spent 25 years thinking about writing the book, and six actually penning it. Given her late ex-husband’s place in the firmament of big screen immortals, she won’t consider even cable TV, she insists. “We have heard from [cable]. No, I’m not going to go there.”
Dyan has been questioned at length about her depiction in the book of Grant pushing her to use and love LSD as he did. And she’s been asked about the persistent rumors about his sexuality. She must have seen it all coming when she agreed to a book tour, correct?
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