I'd pay to make this happen.
When I would visit my grandparents in Orillia, Ontario, my sister and I would watch four things: THE BEAR, SEABERT THE SEAL, FELIX THE CAT (highlighting our absurdly huge love of animals), and PIPPI LONGSTOCKING. With the news that Debra Granik--the woman behind the acclaimed WINTER'S BONE--is in talks to revive the freckle faced, red headed girl. Well, that suits me just fine.
Pippi was originally a line of children's books by Swedish author Astrid Linger (who, judging purely by her name and heritage, sounds incredibly sexy) which featured a precocious adolescent with gravity defying pig-tails and superhuman strength.
Seriously. She could lift a horse with one hand.
The words were eventually translated onto the screen: first as a film in 1949, then later a television series in the 60's. It's unclear what Granik will do to the character. I would have no objection to making her older and casting Jennifer Lawrence, who should be Oscar nominated for her work in BONE.