The bigger the celebrity, the harder he or she is to cast in a biopic.
The chosen actor or actress has to be able to pull off an iconic face, perform without coming across as an impersonation and, most importantly, make us forget who we're actually watching up on the screen.
Johnny Carson, a man who was in our living rooms nightly for 30 years, is one of the most familiar men, in appearance and behavior, in all of American history.
According to Deadline New York, he is getting a feature biopic from the makers of the upcoming flick Hitchcock, and I wish them good luck finding the right man for the part.
Not even Carnac the Magnificent could foresee any names on that list.
You know they're not getting Rich Little to play him again. Producer Tom Thayer is regrouping with his...
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