A feature-length film about Hillary Clinton? Yes, please.
A script making its way around Hollywood, written by South Korean screenwriter Young Il Kim, follows a 20-something Hillary Rodham as she struggles to balance the pressures of her job -- working with the House Judiciary Committee to impeach Richard Nixon -- with her relationship, as Bill Clinton starts launching his political career in Arkansas.
"Rodham" came in fourth place on 2012's The Black List, a list of film executives' favorite unproduced scripts.
Kim told POLITICO: "It’s... really a journey of a woman who was torn between her personal desires and her professional ambition — both literally pulled her thousands of miles apart, because Bill did not want to leave Arkansas, and she did not want to leave Washington, D.C.”
POLITICO states that Kim has been keeping mum on his casting decisions, but the suspense is killing us! Here are our top choices for actresses to play young Hillary.
Earlier this year, during an appearance on Piers Morgan Tonight, Bill Clinton told producer Harvey Weinstein that Meryl Streep would be his choice to play Hillary in a movie about his life. For a 20-something Hillary, what better choice than Streep's elder daughter, actress Mamie Gummer?
Rolling Stone referred to Lawrence as "the most talented young actress in America" -- and we wouldn't expect anything less impressive of someone stepping into Hillz's shoes.
After she basically became Marilyn Monroe in "My Week With Marilyn," we have no doubt about Williams' ability to play one of the most iconic women of our time.
Who would you pick to play a young Hillz? Let us know in the comments, or tweet @HuffPostWomen!