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The reality TV star has big names in mind to help her make it to the big screen.

With her time on "Teen Mom OG" seemingly coming to an end after last season, Farrah Abraham has set her sights on a new area of Hollywood: the movie business.

The reality TV star is currently working on her first mainstream film -- an adaptation of her book "My Teenage Dream Ended" -- and while promoting her appearance at the opening of Scores Atlantic City tonight, Abraham spoke with TooFab about her ambitious plans for the project.

"I'm working on storyboards right now and the screenplay, it's really a project and a challenge and it's crazy good," she explained. "I can't wait, I'm on my first draft right now and it's going beyond what was said in the book. The book is a classic and that's where everything stems from, and that's the main storyline, which we need to stick with. But I also think showing some before and after the show is really what the fans want, so we're getting that and I can't wait to show that. It's going to be very interesting."

"We're going to have a real casting director, producers, the best of the best for everything," she continued. "Maybe I'll work with J.J. Abrams, there are some other people on my top list. The production companies associated with 'I, Tonya,' I really think they would get this storyline as well. So I can't wait to see who's the best fit."

Abraham was last seen attending the 2018 MTV Movie and TV Awards, where she and daughter Sophia snapped a photo with "Black Panther" star Chadwick Boseman. When asked how that interaction went, Abraham brought it back to her film.

"It was all good. It's just about mutual support for the arts and for films," she answered. "I'm screen writing my first film, I think he's working on other projects, so I think it's just mutual support for the arts and our careers."

We also asked how she thinks her former "Teen Mom OG" costars will react to the movie, as they've been critical of her side projects -- including work in the adult film business -- in the past. "Like everything I do, they're just in awe of everything I do and they like to watch and follow my footsteps, you never know," she replied.

As she keeps plugging away on her movie, Abraham's also keeping busy by attending and hosting various club openings. On Thursday, she'll join "Mob Wives" star Drita Davanzo at the grand opening of Scores Atlantic City at the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino. No stranger to celebrating at strip clubs, Abraham said there's "no typical night out" for her when she attends events like these.

"I heard they did a whole revamp, it's like the re-grand opening. I can't wait to see the renovations that they did. I heard it's supposed to be the best place for the summer and I can't wait to be amazed by Atlantic City," she told TooFab. "I'm gonna be there with Drita from Mob Wives, can't wait to meet her as well and have a great time. We'll see where it goes from there. Because it's a grand opening, I love doing those the most or anniversaries, because they are bigger better appearances and seem to be more fun. Maybe we'll have some fireworks, who knows!"

Regarding strip club etiquette, Abraham said she always makes sure she gets "a couple thousand to tip the ladies" with, before revealing whether she thought Jennifer Lawrence jumping up on stage and onto a stripper pole at a club in 2018 was a "no no."

"You know what, I think so many of us go out and just want to have a good time and get up on the pole like every other woman or male has," she said. "Nothing new to me, I think it's great that she did and got it out of her system. I don't know that I would do that anymore, or her, but that's great!"

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