With Hayden Panetierre signed onto a TV movie based on the story of convicted college student Amanda Knox, and Sacha Baron Cohen announced for an upcoming Freddie Mercury big-screen biopic, we couldn't help but wonder, if these projects were flip-flopped, that is, the feature film were slated for TV and vice versa, who would get those gigs?

Feature movies still require a name star, for the most part. (You were great on 'Heroes,' Hayden, but 'I Love You Beth Cooper' didn't exactly establish you as a box office draw.) And even though more and more big names are popping up on TV, there's still a different roster for casting a feature film versus a TV movie-of-the-week.

Indulge us as we recast 'Eat Pray Love,' 'Conviction' and '127 Hours' as TV movies and contemplate who'd be wearing that pink pillbox if 'The Kennedys' were still headed to your local mutliplex, instead of the History Channel.
127 Hours
Based on 38 critics

Mountaineer Aron Ralston must make an agonizing choice after his arm becomes pinned by a boulder. Read More

Who Is Clark Rockefeller?
Not Yet Rated2010
In Theaters on January 1st, 2010

A con artist (Eric McCormack) poses as a member of the Rockefeller family. Read More

You Don't Know Jack
Not Yet Rated2010
In Theaters on January 1st, 2010

Controversy and legal problems follow Dr. Jack Kevorkian (Al Pacino), advocate of assisted suicide. Read More

Eat Pray Love
Based on 39 critics

A divorcee (Julia Roberts) embarks on a global quest to change her life for the better. Read More

Based on 32 critics

A woman (Hilary Swank) earns a law degree to free her brother (Sam Rockwell) from prison. Read More

The Blind Side
Based on 29 critics

A white couple adopts a homeless black youth, who later goes on to achieve football stardom. Read More

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