April 27, 2011 by Post Team
Melissa Farman, HBO “Game Change” has found Bristol Palin. After delivery network Julianne Moore as Sarah Palin, “Temple Grandin,” actress Melissa Farman is recruited to join the cast to portray the daughter of former vice presidential candidate.
According to The Hollywood Reporter, “CSI: Crime Scene Investigation” star Larry Sullivan has also been elected as deputy chief of staff Sarah Palin Chris Edwards. Meanwhile, Jamey Sheridan has just grabbed the role of the speeches of John McCain and the main campaign adviser Mark Salter.
Also recently added to the cast of the television movie is Ron Livingston. Actor HBO miniseries “Band of Brothers” is appointed to represent Mark Wallace, a senior adviser to McCain-Palin 2008. Led the team in preparation Palin debate, which ended exceed expectations on her face to face with Joe Biden.
Earlier, Oscar nominee Ed Harris has been tapped to play the former presidential candidate John McCain. Woody Harrelson also on board to take the role of McCain campaign strategist and advisor.
Based on the best-selling novel of the same name by John Heilemann and Mark Halperin, “Game of Change” focuses on the 2008 presidential campaign of McCain, his controversial selection of Palin as his running mate to his last defeat in the elections general.
Jay Roach and Danny Strong, who worked for the Emmy-winning HBO film “Recount”, have teamed up again for the new project. The first will serve as director, while the second will provide the script. Executive producing it are Tom Hanks and Gary Goetzman.
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