Tina Fey Out, Julianne Moore in … To Play Sarah Palin in HBO Movie ‘Game Change’


Sorry Tina Fey, best stick with SNL skits.

Oscar nominated actress Julianne Moore has been picked to play Sarah Palin in the HBO movie ‘Game Change’. The film is to portray the former Alaska governor Sarah Palin that will follow Sarahcuda’semergegence on to the national scene as John McCain’s surprise VP candidate in 2008. Since the 2008 run as a VP candidate, Sarah Palin has had a metoric rise in the political world as a voice for true Conservatives, hockey moms and momma grizzles everywhere.

Vice Presidential Candidate & Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin … the speach from the RNC that launched her political career


Game Change is based on Mark Halperinand John Heilemann’s book about the 2008 presidential elections and follows John McCain’s campaign from his selection of Palin as his running mate to their ultimate defeat in the general election.

Danny Strong, who previously wrote the Roach-directed Recount, penned the script for Game Change. Roach is executive producing, with Strong co-executive producing.

Of course the book, ‘Game Change,” hardly portrayed Palin in a positive light.

Julianne Moore Wiki.

Sorry Tina, this is a movie about one of the most dramatic splashes up[on the political stage by an almost complete unknown, not an SNL skit for Leftist fodder.

But as Big Hollywood states, ”And please don’t think for a second that the timing of this HBO movie is any kind of accident. We’re months away from picking a candidate to free our country from Obama and this is all about burnishing his awesomeness and laying waste to our side”.

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  • Comments

    11 Responses to “Tina Fey Out, Julianne Moore in … To Play Sarah Palin in HBO Movie ‘Game Change’”

    1. Steve on March 10th, 2011 11:00 am

      I can just imagine how poignant the Palin quitting speech will be once dramatized.

    2. Catapostrophe on March 10th, 2011 11:39 am

      And now they’re making a movie about this woman? Why is she continually forced down our collective throat?

    3. A Texas Grandfather on March 10th, 2011 12:13 pm

      I can only guess what kind of true protrayal that Hollywood will make out of this womans life.

      Will it be true to her actual actions and belief system? Or, will it be a Hollywood liberal hit piece aimed at how bad they can make Sara look.

      #1 I can see that you thought her resigning as Governor of Alaska was not a good move and showed her to be a quitter. Sometimes it is a smart move to retreat from an untenable position so that one can regroup and gain an advantage.

    4. Steve on March 10th, 2011 10:54 pm


      Fact: she quit – she was/is a quitter.

      I think she figured out that she could make a lot more money once out of office. And look where it got her (some advantage, wouldn’t you say).

    5. dave on March 11th, 2011 8:15 am

      Steve…you’re noting more than a lowlife liberal flaming moron with nothing you have of intelligence to say…you come here day after day spewing nonsense…get a life or get some help…you have serious issues to deal with…the crap you come up with is just idiotic or just plain hateful lefty BS…take a hike it’s getting old fast. Go troll somewhere else.

    6. Dolf on March 11th, 2011 9:15 am


      Steve is correct.

    7. Steve on March 11th, 2011 9:34 am


      Your reply that doesn’t even reply to the specific comment I posted is amusing, I guess. As I read your message, it seems to describe your post more closely than anything I’ve said here. I suppose if that is a therapeutic coping mechanism for you, so be it.

      Since you don’t appear to have any authority, I choose to simply ignore your rant. If you choose to vent again when the urge appears, be assured I couldn’t care less.

      p.s. – does the fact that Palin quit have a liberal bias? Does her making huge amounts of money have a liberal bias?

    8. Michelle Smith on March 12th, 2011 11:08 am

      What’s amusing is the left’s hatred for Sarah. So she quit, big deal, at least she did it with dignity and didn’t run to another state to avoid doing her job. She actually handed the reins over to some one who could finish the job she could not. If only our President had such dignity to step down from a job that he can’t handle. Although, Sarah didn’t quit because she was in over her head, but because she knew it wasn’t right for the taxpayers to be burdened by the pending lawsuits against her. I don’t expect those on the left to appreciate that; their goal is to try and smear her as much as possible.

      I love how she gets the left all flustered and she doesn’t even have to try. All she has to do is make an appearance and the left lose their minds.

      It’s hilarious.

      Go Sarah Go

    9. Steve on March 13th, 2011 12:52 am


      Ms Sarah is a big girl, she can finish what she started or she can quit. having made her choice, it is just what it looks like. Whatever excuses she or her fan club makes is moot.

      As to “hate”? I think there are many people that find her hilarious. It began with her weak portrayal of a qualified VP candidate. Her few interviews are classic comedy bits. She hasn’t recovered from those embarrassments, as shown by her virtual lifestyle of avoiding any serious public Q&A. Anyways, she loves the money and the fawning she get by sticking with her sycophant employer and rabid fan club (go FB!). Which is fine; more power to her. I expect that someday, the crowd will start thinning as the repetition of her twangy mix of words, that must strain transcript services as they try to add punctuation to her run-on paragraphs, becomes less than musics to their ears.

      But as the story goes; to each their own. People are free to find her appealing or not. But “hate”? Not really.
      SM: If she is so weak maybe you would like to explain why the LEFT went so far out of their way to try and destroy her and continue to quake at every comment and tweet Palin makes? Sorry Steve, but only those that people perceive to be threats are treated in that way. People who are of no use and pose no threat are ignored.

      Palin was the only one who made the election close, if it were not for Palin, McCain would have lost by even more. Sorry, there is a reason why there is PDS, and libs cannot help themselves.

    10. Steve on March 16th, 2011 5:15 pm

      New Palin poll out:

      Palin’s Support Plummets Among Republicans
      SM: WAPO/ABC poll eh? We shall see. If Palin is such a non-factor then why are liberals so afraid of her and try and destroy her at every opportunity?

    11. Mary on July 30th, 2011 10:22 am

      The movie is based on the book of the same name about the accounts written by three reporters who received their information anonymously about the campaign. Guaranteed unflattering hit piece.

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