In the pantheon of Great Casting, Hulk Hogan being played by Chris Hemsworth is really, really up there.

Think about it - he's built like a tank, he can do comedy really well, he's even got the blonde hair. It's virtually perfect casting for the wrestler, but the question now is how they're going to fit so much Hulkamania into one movie.

THR reports that Todd Philips is set to direct Chris Hemsworth in a biopic based on the wrestling icon's life and times, from his heyday in the '80s battling Andre The Giant to, well, that whole thing with the sex-tape.

The movie, which doesn't have a title yet, will release on Netflix and will have Bradley Cooper, Todd Philips, Chris Hemsworth, and - wait for it - Eric Bischoff as producers. That's right, former WCW President, Raw General Manager and WCW Hardcore Champion Eric "Bite Me" Bischoff is going to be a producer on this thing.

This isn't the first time that Chris Hemsworth has been linked with a Hulk Hogan biopic, as the news was originally rumoured around five years ago. As it stands, no release date has been set as of yet, but you better start thinking about what you're gonna do when this well-cast biopic runs wild on you.