Who should direct 'Napoleon' if Steven Spielberg doesn't?
We review some potential helmers who could do Kubrick right
For some reason, to me, Forman sits at the top of the list of filmmakers I'd like to see tackle Napoleon. From Mozart to Larry Flint to Andy Kaufman, he's always had a unique way with biopic studies and 1989's "Valmont" took him to France once upon a time (albeit Baroque France). He's never scaled down for the small screen but a heavy-hitting project like this could lure him out, and really, the line between cinema and television has become more blurred than ever.
- Kristopher Tapley