Published: Sun, January 14, 2018
Culture&Arts | By Hattie Nash

Nancy Kerrigan Wants Olivia Munn to Play Her in Biopic

Nancy Kerrigan Wants Olivia Munn to Play Her in Biopic

When asked about Hollywood's portrayal of herself, Kerrigan said, "It's not really part of my life".

"I didn't abuse any of my children", "Spanked?" "As you say, I was the victim".

He added, "L$3 et us not lose sight of the fact that Tonya Harding is no hero".

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Golden admitted one incident from the movie did occur. "I don't think the figure skating world embraced her or wanted her to succeed because they didn't think she represented the kind of woman they wanted to represent the figure skating community, that they wanted to represent America".

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Former Olympic figure skater Tonya Harding says she was scared for her own safety after the infamous 1994 baton attack on her fellow Olympic figure skater and longtime competitor Nancy Kerrigan.

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The movie, although recalling the many bad things that happen, is surprisingly amusing in spots, especially when it comes to Gillooly trying to mastermind a scheme to upset Kerrigan. Later, authorities discovered that Harding's ex-husband and bodyguard masterminded the attack in hopes of improving Harding's chances at the US Trials and the Olympics.

Two-time Olympic figure skater Johnny Weir didn't rush off the ice in Bryant Park Thursday night to catch ABC's "Truth and Lies: The Tonya Harding Story".

In addition, she was banned for life from the U.S. Figure Skating Association. AFP/Getty Images American figure skater Nancy Kerrigan, left, looks in the direction of teammate Tonya Harding during their practice session before the women's technical program got underway later in the day in Hamar, Norway on February 23, 1994.

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"I, Tonya" directed by Craig Gillespie, is now playing at The Charles Theatre. Moments later Harding interrupted her program because of problems with her skates. Harding went on to win the championships in Detroit and secured a spot on the Olympic team as well. She said she also didn't watch the Golden Globes, because she was in San Jose for the USA national figure skating championships. Michael Samojeden, AFP/Getty Images Nancy Kerrigan in action during the figure skating competition at the 1994 Winter Olympics in Lillehammer, Norway. Shane Stant, hired to execute the attack, told the Federal Bureau of Investigation that Eckardt floated the idea of murdering Kerrigan; Gillooly said the same.

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