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PHOENIX -

Our favorite sourpuss is getting her own movie--and she's not one bit excited about it.

Grumpy Cat is set to star in her own live action film, according to the Wall Street Journal.

The movie reportedly will be a Garfield-like feature film, and there are even rumors that Will Ferrell and Jack Black could star alongside her.

Tardar Sauce, the cat's real name, is originally from Morristown, a small city in the northwest valley.

Tabby Bundesen, Grumpy Cat's owner, says it all began when her brother took a picture of her cat and put it on Reddit.com. The photo spread like wildfire, causing her to have fans all across the world. 

In the middle of all the movie chatter, Grumpy Cat is headed to New York this week to promote her new book, "Grumpy Cat, A Grumpy Book."

What's it about? How to be grumpy.

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