She will play the former Republican vice presidential candidate in HBO’s upcoming Game Change.
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Tina Fey as Sarah Palin
She parodied her numerous times on NBC’s Saturday Night Live, prompting Palin to say: “I am all about job creation and I guess I could provide some of these gals who pretend like they're me some job security. I would ask though that - if they're of the mind of spreading the wealth around - that perhaps they want to spring for one of my kid's braces or something as they capitalize on pretending to be me.”
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Meryl Streep as Margaret Thatcher
She portrays the former British prime minister in the upcoming The Iron Lady, which she began shooting this past January.
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The Kennedys, miniseries/movie
We'd like to thank our studio, Wikipedia Productions. If this film has taught us anything, it's to never let facts get in the way of a mediocre performance by Katie Holmes. We'd also like to thank the Kennedy family. Much as they tried to ensure the lowest possible viewership, they at least didn't force us to be on OWN. And to Greg Kinnear, an actor's actor, all we can say is, we're sorry.
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Josh Brolin as George Bush
He played the former president in the 2008 biopic W.
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Denzel Washington as Malcolm X
He took on the role of the influential Black Nationalist leader in the 1992 biopic.
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Paul Giamatti as John Adams
He scored both an Emmy and a Golden Globe for his performance in the 2008 HBO miniseries.
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Frank Langella as Richard Nixon
“A lot of people have said that: that as the movie goes on, I look more and more him,” the actor told the New York Times of his performance in 2008’s Frost/Nixon. “I take it as a compliment, but it’s just an illusion, because I didn’t do anything differently, and some of the later scenes were actually shot earlier. What it means, really, is that gradually you’ve accepted me in the part.”
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