Just what it says-there's some remote chance of a film getting made about his life, so who would you like to have as the director?
This is going to sound weird, but I rather like the idea of Guy Ritchie (The Sherlock Holmes movies with Robert Downey Jr.) Ritchie is good at action scenes, both fisticuffs and gunplay, at portraying the kind of bond "manly man" types have and fairly nonjudgmental about people who get mixed up with gangsters. In the Sherlock Holmes movies, he also does a good job of getting us inside the head of someone notices almost everything around him and tries to use it to his advantage, and who fights analytically and ruthlessly. Plus the sequence in Sherlock Holmes 2, where the bad guys start blasting the good guys with heavy artillery gave an interesting glimpse into how he'd handle a war movie.
He's also Scottish, and less likely to be snotty about Murph's Irish and Scots-Irish roots than some of the English directors would be.