Deadline.com reported earlier this week that a Mr. Rogers biopic is in the works. Specific story lines are being kept hush hush for the time being. People.com threw out some names of actors who could potentially play Mr. Rogers. Their options were Jimmy Fallon, Matthew Broderick, Tobey Maguire, Seth Myers, Steve Carell, and Ty Burrell. Why not Johnny Depp? Or Matt Damon? Or Philip Seymour Hoffman? Vote on the poll below and let us know who you want to see dawn the Iconic Cardigan!
UNDATED FILE PHOTO: Fred Rogers, the host of the children's television series, "Mr. Rogers' Neighborhood," sits for a promotional portrait in this picture from the 1980's. "Mr. Rogers' Neighborhood" will broadcast its last new episode August 31, 2001 it was announced August 30 in a statement by Rogers from Nantucket, Massachusetts. Rogers died at the age of 74 February 27, 2003 at his Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania home. He had been suffering from stomach cancer. (Photo by Family Communications Inc./Getty Images)