Okay, look. I am very well aware that Muppeteer biopics have been discussed on other threads many, many times in the past. However, those discussions seemed to always lean toward the negative and I think I know why. In discussing the actual structure of the film, nobody seems to be able to figure out how a life as complex and amazing as Jim's could be presented to an audience. I have to admit that 53 years would not be easy to squeeze into a 2-3 hour film. Which is why I'd suggest that the film focus on both of Kermit's performers, from Steve's audition with Jim to his first performance as Kermit. If you could make the focus of the film-how and why Kermit has become the wonderful character he is- then there would be a solid reason to explore his puppeteers lives. the storyline could follow Steve, but still have flashbacks to Jim's earlier days and the projects and moments leading up to the Muppet Show. There would still be room to explore the dynamics and friendships of the core Muppet team as well as family life. The film could show the world the real magic of the Muppets- the people. As for the title of the film, I think the answer is quite obvious: 'Bein' Green' or 'Bein' Green: The True Kermit Story' Of course, this is just one of many funny thoughts running round my head while I sit halfway down the stairs. The amount of legal negotiating between Sesame, Henson and Disney would be beyond ridiculous. However, I'd still like to know what you guys think about the idea.