March 10, 2011 by Post Team
Julianne Moore, Viewers are no strangers to see the former vice-presidential candidate Sarah Palin. Tina Fey is dead on impression on “Saturday Night Live” in the TLC reality show “Sarah Palin of Alaska” to become an expert on Fox News; Palin (and her family, including daughter Bristol Palin was a “Dancing With the Stars” candidate) has been nothing less than a mainstay of entertainment on television in recent years.
Now, the actress Julianne Moore (“Children of Men,” “Boogie Nights”) will be the next to take on the former governor of Alaska. People magazine confirms that “The Kids Are All Right” star will play Palin in the upcoming HBO movie “Game Changer”.
The film is based on John Heilemann and Mark Halperin’s book of the bestseller of the same name, which was a scathing statement on the presidential campaign of 2008, including telling stories about Palin and Senator John McCain (and in particular how why he chose Sarah Palin as his running mate and her conduct during the election campaign), President Barack Obama, first lady Michelle Obama, President Bill Clinton, Senator Hillary Clinton and Senator John Edwards and his wife Elizabeth Edwards (deceased in December, after a battle with breast cancer.)
Although Moore, 50, will play the 47-year Palin, others a key role, including Obama, Clinton and McCain have not yet been cast. “Game Changer” will reteam director Jay Roach (“Meet the Parents,” “Dinner for Schmucks”) and actor / writer Danny Strong, who directed and wrote, respectively, the 2008 HBO Emmy-winning film of the controversial Bush / Gore election in 2000, “Recount.”
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