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Who Gets To Play My Brother George?


Liberace When He Was Young And Gay


It was announced this week that a major Academy Award winning actor has decided to take on the role of a lifetime by playing the lead in the larger than life biopic of none other than Liberace (we know, there's already been two TV movies on his life...but those don't count). Obviously, with the star power behind this big screen version, it will be the role of a lifetime for this already-bigger-than-big actor.



"It Better Be Somebody Pretty!"



But, who could it be?! Which top box-office-drawing celebrity would be the right choice for recreating such a cultural icon as the flamboyant Liberace?


Could it be......
one of our finest actors, the great Al Pacino?



"This Piano Is Out Of Tune!
This Whole ORCHESTRA Is Out Of Tune!!!!"



Or perhaps an equally intense and well-respected actor in need of a career lift.
How about Joe Pesci?



"Does My Piano Playing AMUSE You??!!!"



Another tough guy, could it possibly be this actor with the same amount of syllables in his last name as Liberace? From 'The Sopranos'....James Gandalfini.


"I Really WILL Need Therapy After This!"



But again, the announcement was that it was an Academy Award winner. Obviously, it will have to be someone who is well known and respected for losing themselves in a character. He managed to bring Ray Charles back to life! How about Jamie Foxx?


"Yo. I Dig The Chicks Too Much For This Role!"



But who's to say it has to be a man?
Who better to pull off this complex character than the great Meryl Streep.


"A Dingo Ate My Piano!"



But if we had our pick, it would be someone with a bit more......empathy with the character.
How about Richard Simmons?


"AAAAAAAHHHHHHH!!!!"




And yet, despite all these great choices and potential winners, the person who was actually chosen to play the life of the one and only Liberace, will be....



Nicolas Cage



"Huh???!!"


That sound you hear is Liberace spinning in his grave.







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