Sophia Amoruso's '#GIRLBOSS' Is Becoming A Netflix Series

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Get ready, ladies: “#GIRLBOSS” is coming to the silver screen.

Variety reports Netflix is teaming up with Nasty Gal founder Sophia Amoruso to create a comedy series based on her best-selling 2014 autobiography of the same name.

The adaptation, led by "Pitch Perfect" writer Kay Cannon, will document Amoruso's rise to success, from her early days as a dumpster-diving vintage aficionado to a 27-year-old entrepreneur, CEO and bonafide girl boss.

So far, Netflix hasn't released any casting details.

However, sources say the adaptation will be produced by Charlize Theron's company, Denver & Delilah, with Theron, Beth Kono and Laverne McKinnon at the helm.

Amoruso will also serve as an executive producer, perhaps giving the famed fashionista an opportunity to clear the air after a rather controversial year (she was forced to step down in 2015 amid plummeting sales and was later involved in several lawsuits filed by former employees).

No word yet on when the series debuts — or if it's even begun filming — so stay tuned for updates (and brush up on your "#GIRLBOSS" fluency here).

Citations: Netflix Orders Sophia Amoruso's '#Girlboss' to Series (Variety), Netflix Is Turning Sophia Amoruso's Best-Selling Book '#Girlboss' Into an Original Series (Entrepreneur), Netflix Is Turning Sophia Amoruso's #Girlboss Into a Series (Jezebel)