7 Reimagined Presidential Biopics We’d Like To See

Thursday, January 19 by

Andrew Jackson

A participant in over 100 duels, Andrew Jackson was never one to back down from a fight. Especially when the honor of his wife, Rachel, was called into question. Rachel dies suddenly under the stress caused from accusations of bigamy. Jackson vows to never forgive her accusers, wiping them out one by one in what looks like a series of isolated accidents.

Lyndon B. Johnson

Always the ladies man, Johnson kept a rotating roster of secret girlfriends. With the help of the Secret Service, he carried on affairs right under his wife’s nose. Using his charm and presidential status to bed women is second nature for LBJ, who hops from one lover to the next. As he grows older, these relationships change and his public image suffers as a result of the Vietnam War. This causes Johnson to end his presidency and question his empty existence.