First Steve Rubell, now Keith Moon. If you need someone to play people from the 70s call Mike Myers!

Myers to play Keith Moon in biopic
Mike Myers is set to star as Keith Moon in an as-yet-untitled film about the renowned drummer of The Who, Variety reports.
The Canadian actor had shown interest in playing Moon a few years ago, but was too busy tackling the roles of four characters in “Austin Powers in Goldmember.”
The Who singer Roger Daltrey is producing the movie, which he has been working on and off for almost 10 years.
The film is now being fast tracked, and the next step is the selection a director.
Back in 2002, Britain’s Sun tabloid quoted Daltrey as saying Myers would be perfect to play the lead in a biopic on the life of Moon, who died in 1978 in what was at the time described as an accidental overdose.
“Mike is a genius,” Daltry reportedly told the tabloid.
“I can really see him as Keith. He’s amazing when you meet him, so clever.”
During his short life (he was 32 when he died), Moon became famous for his chaotic drumming style, bizarre sense of humour and penchant for destroying hotel rooms.
Myers last appeared on screen in 2003’s “The Cat in the Hat.”