With that being said, we decided to choose a few of our favorites. Here’s hoping Hollywood pays attention.
1.) We can easily see this photo of a women’s rooftop boxing club in 1938 being transformed into a television series. Naturally Greta Gerwig would direct and Florence Pugh and Kristen Stewart would be the leads.
@rachsyme Women’s rooftop boxing club in 1938. https://t.co/1IS6fxV452
2.) We’re calling on Ryan Murphy to create a series based off this 1984 photo of Grace Jones and Dolph Lundgren. Just imagine how epic the costumes would be.
3.) We’re just going to leave this iconic photo here, and hope that Martin Scorsese wants to interpret this into a Netflix Original Series.
— Jonathan Russell Clark (@Jonathan Russell Clark)
4.) This photo of a Black man fending off a mob of angry white supremacists is powerful in itself, but we also feel it could be adapted into an Emmy Award-winning HBO Max series, written and produced by Barry Jenkins. The Academy of Television Arts & Sciences won’t know what hit them.
5.) Hollywood needs to hurry up and create a series based off this 1970 photo of female employees at Newsweek suing the magazine for discrimination. The fact it hasn’t already been adapted dumfounds us.
@rachsyme This and ONLY this! https://t.co/sUfeqhZQfC
— Sandra Rose Salathe (@Sandra Rose Salathe)
6.) Irving Penn’s 1949 portrait of Arctic explorer Peter Freuchen and his chic wife, Dagmar, deserves to made into a series, potentially starring Jason Momoa and Emilia Clarke. We love a good Game of Thrones reunion.