With Hollywood under quarantine, celebrities from far and wide are busy plotting their post-isolation career move.
But who could have predicted that some of the biggest names in the business would be competing to play Joe Exotic in a television adaptation inspired by Netflix documentary, Tiger King: Murder, Mayhem and Madness?
The latest A-list name to be thrown into the ring? Erm, Margot Robbie.
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Podcast Joe Exotic: Tiger King is set to undergo the small screen treatment with Universal Content Production planning to turn the global hit into a limited television series.
In the most surprising turn of events, host Robert Moor wants Australian actress, Margot Robbie, to take on the lead role.
"My preferred casting - and this is a bit off the wall - would be Margot Robbie," Moor told Andy Cohen in a recent interview. "I think Margot Robbie should play Joe in like a gender switch."
Unsurprisingly, Cohen wasn't entirely convinced, as he argued: "With all due respect to Joe Exotic... Margot Robbie ain't ugly enough to play Joe."
Though Robbie may have competition on her hands if she hopes to work his world-famous mullet, as Dax Shepard, Jared Leto and Edward Norton are all hoping to audition for the coveted role.
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"She has these eyes that are just like Joe's... I think she would do a great job with it," Moor added, in further defence of the actress' next Tinseltown move.
It was announced last November that American comedian Kate McKinnon is set to executive produce the project.
But before you suggest Robbie would be better suited to taking on the role of animal rights activist and Exotic's greatest archenemy, Carole Baskin, McKinnon is already preparing to step into her leopard print shoes.