Did everybody see the documentary Three Identical Strangers, about the triplets who were separated at birth only to be reunited as adults and become a media sensation in the 1980s? Checking the archive I guess I never reviewed it but I remember thinking it solid -- it's such an incredible story (and it only gets weirder from that weird jumping off point somehow) that the doc didn't even have to do a lot of extra work for it to work; you were riveted from the start. Anyway word comes today that the dude who wrote the screenplay for Bohemian Rhapsody (blerg) is writing a script for a fictionalized retelling, which seems like a natural idea until you get to thinking about casting -- I'm guessing this is something they'll do with one actor and then Parent Trap it up, just thrice?
Actors love that shit! And so do I, since I always get all excited about ye olde harmless CG twincest aka what all technology was invented for. Giving an actor three different roles in one movie and letting them loose, I could see this idea exciting a lot of our best actors. But who should play Robert Shafran, David Kellman and Eddy Galland? They had a distinct look. Gimme casting ideas in the comments!