The internet casts ‘Trump-Russia: The Movie’ so Hollywood doesn’t have to

There’s a fine line between the current state of American politics and a movie so bad not even Delta would show it.

The House Intelligence Committee’s hearing with FBI director James Comey on Monday was easily one of the most surreal moments in American history/CSPAN-3 in recent memory. A presidential campaign under investigation for potentially colluding with a foreign adversary. An FBI Director rejecting the POTUS’ claim that the former POTUS illegally wiretapped him.

Not even John Grisham could imagine a plotline so apocalyptic as this — so the people must instead.

Shortly after the Comey hearing, journalist Sarah Kendzior began to speculate who would play who in #TrumpRussiaTheMovie and Twitter filled in the rest. Here’s their best guesses as well, as a few of our own.

Donald Trump

You already know.

Carter Page

@sarahkendzior Paul Bettany as Carter Page?

— Newt🦎 (@newtist55) March 20, 2017

Rudy Giuliani

This guy for Rudy Giuliani.

— Crutnacker (@Crutnacker) March 20, 2017

James Comey

Kyle Chandler as James Comey

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Steve Bannon

Russell Crowe as Steve Bannon.

— Thomas Ley (@thomas_ley) March 20, 2017

Rex Tillerson

#TrumpRussiaTheMovie James Brolin as Rex Tillerson

— ⚡️Debbie⚡️ (@DebJ7171) March 20, 2017

Paul Manafort

Christopher Walken as Manafort

— Sarah Kendzior (@sarahkendzior) March 20, 2017

Roger Stone

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Mike Flynn

.@sarahkendzior Harry Dean Stanton as Michael Flynn.

— Suzanne Munshower (@expatina) March 20, 2017

Sergey Kilsyak

Jeff Bridges as Sergey Kislyak

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Kellyanne Conway

Devin Nunes

Young Seth Rogen as Devin Nunes

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Sebastian Gorka

.@sarahkendzior Any room for Ricky Gervais as Seb Gorka?

— Don Moynihan (@donmoyn) March 20, 2017

Sean Spicer

John Heard as Spicer.

— Meaghan Walsh Gerard (@mwgerard) March 20, 2017

Adam Schiff

@sarahkendzior Michael Keaton for Schiff?

— Nick Turner (@NickTurner13) March 20, 2017

You’re welcome, Hollywood. Now someone get Mr. Peanut’s agent on the phone.