If Robert Pattinson's leading lady does take the role she will most likely be playing alongside Viggo Mortensen and Charlize Theron, who are rumored to be in final talks to play the huntsman and the evil queen. We knew there was reason to poll this sticky situation.
Good thing we trust Krisbians everywhere because it turns out they're fairly psychic.
Well, at least when it comes to K.Stew!
Sixty percent of you voted Stewart to play the role of the fair-skinned Disney princess in the remake, far more of you favored that than her potential roles in K-11 and Superman.
Looks as if we all want the doll to stay in fairy-tale land, especially since there are much more aggressive, feisty actresses that could rock the superhero franchise:
Which is probably why readers were pretty evenly split between whether or not Lindsay Lohan should make a comeback à la Kirsten Dunst in Spider-Man, by taking on the fierce role of Lois Lane in Zack Snyder's Superman reboot.
About 46 percent of you said nay on LiLo nabbing the role right out of rehab, while 45 percent would give the gal a second chance. We're all for it, because even though Lindsay's sobriety hasn't been consistent, her acting talents miraculously survive. "I borrowed the necklace." Please.
Anyway, we hear LiLo desperately wants the role, and the fact that Henry Cavill was cast as Clark Kent doesn't hurt either. No real news on this casting call, but let's hope she gets to ride on Cavill's big, buff shoulders.
On a more politically inclined note, we decided to throw in our usual Dee-Cee two cents and see if any of you would be down with former MSNBC liberal loudmouth Keith Olbermann running for office.
Surprisingly, 60 percent of you don't hate the idea of Olbermann for the U.S. Senate! Can't say we would automatically dismiss the notion of Olbermann as our rep, either, but he'd have to tone down the hair gel and hot-air a bit. Too bad Keith might just be headed for Current TV, the current affairs channel founded with help from Al Gore. There's always next term, people.
Oh, and then there is Glee. While I would love to please the 51 percent of you that voted for me to make a fresh gossip columnist cameo on the popular Fox TV series after Lea Michele's Golden Globe finger-pointing, I think I'll pass the honorable role to runner-up Ricky Gervais.
Thirty-one percent of you think he's funnier than I am, anyway. Touché! Plus, I hear he needs a new comedy stint.
But on second thought, screw that measly percentile; I changed my mind. I'm going with the majority: Get my dressing room ready, Glee producers!