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Hillary Clinton

Things We Saw Today

Things We Saw Today: A Stormtrooper Riding a Guinea Pig

Arnold the guinea pig’s pet human, Timothy Lim, is nice enough to facilitate his cosplay tendencies. See more at WeLoveFine.

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New York Times Magazine Cover Features Hillary Clinton’s Face Photoshopped Into Flesh-Colored Moon

David Joachim, editor of the Washington bureau of the New York Times, just tweeted the cover of this week’s New York Times Magazine, and it’s no moon. It’s an inexplicable, not particularly creative, visual metaphor that would be incredibly visually unflattering no matter whose face you did it to. Also, part of a weird trend.

But I know what my nerd brain is saying about it. It’s saying “MOISTURIZE ME,” and wondering if Planet Hillary could hang out with Mogo so he’d be less lonely, defeat Unicron, or negotiate peace with Galactus.

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Cautiously Optimistic

Lionsgate in Talks to Make Hillary Clinton Biopic

First it appeared on the Black List, then it attracted a director, then casting rumors, and now, most importantly, a production studio. Lionsgate is in “early talks,” according to The Hollywood Reporter, to pick up Rodham, a bio pic about a young Hillary Clinton in her days as a lawyer on the House Judiciary Committee to Impeach President Richard Nixon.

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Things We Saw Today

Things We Saw Today: NYCC’s Super Best Friends Forever Poison Ivy Exclusive

Stop by next month’s New York Comic Con to get DC Collectibles’ Poison Ivy exclusive. (Psst, and go to our panel while you’re there.)

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The Boob Tube

Coming Soon to a TV Near You: A Hillary Clinton Miniseries, Cleopatra, An “Updated Remake” of Rosemary’s Baby, Scream

It’s time for the Television Critics Association’s summer press tour, and in all likelihood that means nothing to you other than network heads have been telling journos what shows they’re really, totally going to make. Relevant to our interests: Announcements from NBC and MTV. Check out the details behind the jump.

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Things We Saw Today: Captain America’s New Winter Soldier Duds

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Things We Saw Today: Hugh Jackman Is Extra Frowny In New The Wolverine Image

A Series of Fallopian Tubes

Carey Mulligan To Take a Turn For the American In Hillary Clinton Biopic?

This is some British-Henry-Cavill-as-Superman-type stuff. But Carey Mulligan‘s a great actress, so if she’s chosen to play Hillary Clinton I won’t complain.

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Scarlett Johansson, Jessica Chastain Among the Contenders to Play Real-Life Superhero Hillary Clinton

Rodham will follow former Secretary of State/Senator/first lady/gift to the world (though that last one isn’t former) Hillary Clinton during her early lawyering days, when she “finds herself forced to choose between a destined path to the White House and her unresolved feelings for Bill Clinton, her former boyfriend who now teaches law in Arkansas.” The movie already has a screenwriter and a director, and now The Independent has named a several actresses who are reportedly being considered for the title role.

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Hillary Clinton Biopic Gets Director

The Black List, though ominously named, is actually something of an honor. It’s an annual compilation put together by executives in charge of development at Hollywood studios, of the scripts from the past year that they liked the most… but decided not to license or put into production. It’s not unusual for films from The Black List to get made after appearing on it, in some ways, it’s pretty good publicity. Topping the list at number four last year was Rodham, a biopic about the early adulthood of Hillary Rodham Clinton, former U.S. First Lady, Secretary of State, and very nearly the first female presidential candidate nominated by a major party, and yes, it’s reportedly found a director.

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