Sony shopping Jeffrey Epstein’s crime story as limited TV series

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With numerous TV studios mulling projects about the Jeffrey Epstein scandal, some popular television actors have been lightly approached to see if they’re interested in playing the dead pedophile, gossip writer A.J. Benza can report in his Fame column exclusively on RadarOnline.com.

While there’s no script yet, Sony Pictures Television is now shopping the story of Epstein’s human-trafficking crimes as a limited series after optioning Conchita Sarnoff’s book TrafficKing.

Sources tell Fame that Ted Danson, John Malkovich and Bradley Whitford, of The Handmaid’s Tale, are on Sony’s wish list to play the multi-millionaire creep, who used his power and privilege to possibly blackmail his famous friends.

“It will be interesting to see which actors make a play for the role,” a source said. “It’s not something most people want to be connected with publicly, but it also presents an opportunity to embody a truly evil character – and that could make it interesting, like when Zac Efron played Ted Bundy.”

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