The more we hear about Paul Thomas Anderson (is it too much to call him ‘The Master’ at this point?) adapting Thomas Pynchon’s soft-boiled noir Inherent Vice to the screen, the less we want to wait until 2014 for it. The latest news is that the auteur will retain the heavy constellation of 1970 SoCal characters, and has signed on a crew of serious ringers to play them. Some guesses about the casting below.
Instead of doing yet another JFK assassination movie, why not do one on the assassination of President William McKinley. The political atmosphere of the time was way more interesting and still relatable to modern times.
And to answer my own question, too many people would say, “Who’s William McKinley?”