Few sports autobiographies have generated as much buzz as Andre Agassi's 'Open: An Autobiography.'
After all, not many sports legends have been married to a tabloid-tested red-carpet starlet (Brooke Shields) and a tennis immortal (Steffi Graf) or had his abusive, domineering father force him to play for the family's life savings as a child against a football god (Jim Brown).
Throw in a little crystal meth dabbling and a deep well of inner turmoil, and you've got yourself the makings of a great biopic. Which we feel duty-bound to cast, so that Hollywood doesn't have to. We'll serve first: