Ealing Studios, UK - (Ass Mess): Quentin Tarantino is being touted as the director of choice for a new movie about the "hellish witchhunt hounding" of ex-Prime Monster Tony Blair's former blind truss portfolio bagman Lord Levy.
The bio-pic will "lay bare" the ignominy of injustice that "nearly ruined" Levy's reputation as the Poodle Administration's top WMD fantasist, according to a press release from Ealing Studios in West London today.
Already Silence of the Scams star Sir Anthony Hopkins is being headhunted for the lead role of the working title "A Dish Best Served Cold".
And High School Musical star Vanessa Hudgens has been hotly tipped to play the role of Blair's gatekeeper Ruth Turner in a move dubbed 'sheer talent-spotting' by FabFilmsMonthly! magazine.
Meanwhile both Jim Carrey and Tom Hanks are being courted for the role of Blair, while Pasolini's 120 Days of Sodom star Caterina Boratto is hotly tipped to take the leading role of Cherie Blair.
Michael Conrad who played Hill Street Blues' Sargeant Phil Esterhaus is also widely expected to take the role of Defective Chief Inspector John Yates who led the Cash-for-Peerages probe and John Cypher who played Blues' Chief Fletcher P Daniels to take the role of Met Commissioner Sir Ian Blair.
Shooting starts in November.