Several major networks are in hot pursuit of made-for-TV movie rights to the story of Elizabeth Smart whose real-life abduction and subsequent rescue has Hollywood written all over it. Among the networks reportedly expressing interest in the Utah teen's tale: USA, ABC, NBC, CBS and Lifetime. A Smart family spokesman says they will begin to review offers in the next few weeks. "They're trying to figure this all out," the rep tells The Associated Press. "It comes down to let[ting] someone else tell the story, or tell[ing] it themselves."
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