'Mister Rogers' biopic in the works: Who should play the beloved children's show host?
"Fred Rogers was such an inspirational man for so many people. His keen ability to find the good in anyone, or anything, will make for a truly inspiring cinematic experience," says Nappi. "In literally shaping the world around him to fit into his own unique perspective, he created what is arguably the most influential American children's television show of all time."
Rogers passed away in 2003 after hosting his PBS show "Mister Rogers' Neighborhood" from 1968 to 2001. A documentary titled "Mister Rogers & Me" previously aired on PBS in 2010.
What do you think, readers? Who should play the iconic TV host? Our first thought was definitely Jim Parsons from TV's "The Big Bang Theory." Leave your ideas in the comments!