The British explorer, 61, is keen for a member of the acting side of his successful family to portray him on screen - but he still has concerns over the CONSTANT GARDENER actor's facial features.
He says, "If there were ever a film made of my life, I suppose I would like to keep the lead role in the family, so I think it has to be Ralph.
"His nose is a worry. It might be a bit, ahem, Roman."
Ten months after its original release, The Grand Budapest Hotel has reopened in some American cinemas following its massive haul of Oscars nominations. The Wes...