Clinton, Gore, and Carville to Star in Remake of “The Hangover”
Hollywood — Following former President Bill Clinton’s well-received Democratic National Convention speech, Warner Brothers has announced The Hanging Chad, a spiritual remake of The Hangover, which will star Vice-President Al Gore and Democratic strategist James Carville along with Clinton.
Clinton, who was rumored to have a cameo in The Hangover 2, said he was excited to return to the limelight.
The Hanging Chad takes place shortly after the 2000 Presidential election, with Clinton trying to cheer up his Vice-President but taking him on a vacation to Bermuda, but the night before their flight leaves, Carville invites Clinton and Gore to try some of his homemade bourbon.
“So Many hijinks will ensue. We actually had to cut out hijinks because there were so many hijinks!” WB Junior Executive Colin Silverman said.
Filming of The Hanging Chad has not yet wrapped, but is expected to be released in time for Summer 2013 .
“This film will expose sides of these well-known politicos that the public at large are unaware of,” Silverman said.
Examples include Gore selling his Nobel Prize to pay a prostitute, Bill Clinton dueling the devil in a saxophone contest, and 20 minutes of Carville’s unwavering reptilian glare directly into the camera.
EXPOSED: President Obama Continues Hollywood Dreams, Pitches Movie Idea to Harvey Weinstein
As I reported earlier, President Obama is determined to become famous. He has sang twice this year, and now he is venturing into film He must have the same idea of many lost 20-somethings who are using the poor economy as an excuse for “trying to achieve their dreams.”
Anyway, the popular content farm Vulture posted a news blurb from Harvey Weinstein, Chairman of the Weinstein Company. H claims that Obama sent him a book idea and asked if it could be made into a film.
The President sent me a book the other day and said ‘Why don’t you make this into a movie?
Most people would accept the call of the President of the United States of America, but Weinstein panned Obama instead.
In fact, Weinstein claims he turned the President’s pitch down: “I sent him an email back saying he was the most overqualified book scout I’ve ever had,” the movie mogul said
Many question if it is safe to pan a president who has recently signed a bill allowing indefinite detention of American citizens and has even ordered hits on American citizens.