Two film projects about the Democrat's likely 2016 presidential nominee, Hillary Clinton, have already been scrapped. A third, a feature film focusing on Clinton's early years in politics, just got a new life. Lionsgate is in early talks...Show More Summary
A production company is in the early planning stages, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
Hillary Clinton is set to receive an award on Tuesday evening from the Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation (EGPAF) for her "legacy of leadership" in combating HIV/AIDS.That may bit a bit awkward, given that, as secretary of state, Clinton riled AIDS activists by slashing the State Department's programs for AIDS prevention and treatment. Show More Summary
On a seemingly never-ending hunt for bad news about Hillary Clinton and her political prospects, the New York Times recently published a front-page article about how the former first lady is busy trying to mend fences between herself...Show More Summary
Lionsgate is in early talks to make Rodham, a biopic about Hillary Clinton as a young lawyer working on a committee involved in impeaching Richard Nixon and struggling with her feelings for a guy named Bill. The movie, written by Young-Il...Show More Summary
Senator Bernie Sanders (I., Vt.) isn't quite buying the Democrats' hype over Hillary Clinton, and would be ready to throw his hat into the ring. While he did not directly cite Clinton, he emphasized the importance of a candidate's policies...Show More Summary
If Hillary Clinton could shirk the carpetbagger label in New York and Terry McAuliffe could do the same in Virginia, why can’t former Massachusetts Republican Senator Scott Brown do so in New Hampshire? If he, as some GOP insiders are betting, throws his hat into the ring, it would not only raise the rare possibility […]
Good news for those of you waiting with bated breath to see a fictionalized Bill and Hillary Clinton “devour each other” in soft lighting, The Hollywood Reporter writes that Lionsgate is in talks to pick up Rodham, the young Hillary biopic helmed by The Spectacular Now director James Ponsoldt. Don't... More »
Never mind the talking heads, consider the opinions of people who put money where their mouths are. If you consult leading bookies, Hillary Clinton and Chris Christie will vie for the Presidency three years from now, and the winner will be…Mrs. Clinton. Those who believe the former First Lady will reoccupy the White House after [...]
A few weeks ago, Slate's Dave Weigel noticed that Hillary Clinton was no longer particularly popular. On October 31, Weigel wrote that:Clinton’s approval is down to 46 percent favorable, 33 percent unfavorable. That’s the lowest number...Show More Summary
Briefly: Lionsgate may be the studio to make a Hillary Clinton film. James Ponsoldt could direct as his follow-up to The Spectacular Now. The script, called Rodham, was written by Young Il Kim, and ended up on the Black List of popular unproduced screenplays in 2012. Deadline reports that the script “covers Hillary when she […]
EXCLUSIVE: After setting a Thanksgiving Weekend record with Jennifer Lawrence’s female protagonist Katniss Everdeen in The Hunger Games: Catching Fire, Lionsgate is eyeing another film with a strong female heroine. The mini-major isShow More Summary
For the first time in years, more Americans find Hillary Clinton "unfavorable" than "favorable" - although she is still the...
People have noticed the silence of former Secretary of State and widely presumed 2016 Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton on the Iran nuclear deal negotiated by President Obama and Secretary of State Kerry. Where does she...Show More Summary
Former NSA and CIA director Michael Hayden says Edward Snowden’s disclosures about US spying practices have been “catastrophic” o the intelligence community. White House staff are the latest people Democrats have urned to to blame for...Show More Summary
The vaunted NY Times feltcompelled to write a piece about how Hillary Clinton is somehow mending fences with the black community. I find that pretty funny because it should be the other way around considering it was blacks who lockShow More Summary
Hillary Clinton, former secretary of state and presidential aspirant, has particular expertise and, I would argue, particular responsibility to speak out on the Iran deal. Other presidential contenders may not have the expertise she does, and they certainly have not been privy to the classified information that she has. Nevertheless, she chooses to remain silent, […]
Al Sharpton, MSNBC host and president of the National Action Network, said Hillary Clinton is making an extra effort to reach out to blacks before a potential 2016 presidential run because the Clintons know there are some black voters who have "lingering questions" and are still hostile toward them after the 2008 Democratic presidential primary. Show More Summary
A new poll has indicated that New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie and former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton may be the top contenders for their respective parties' tickets in the race for the 2016 presidential nominations.