"It wasn't a campaign. It was a bad reality show," concludes political operative Steve Schmidt (a forceful Woody Harrelson) toward the end of HBO's controversy-stirring Game Change (Saturday, 9/8c), a searing, sizzlingly well acted docudrama about the decision "to create a dynamic moment" in the 2008 presidential run of John McCain (a salty but sanguine Ed Harris) by selecting "a game-changing pick" in fellow maverick Sarah Palin, "the best actress in American politics."
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She's no Tina Fey, but then, you wouldn't expect her to be, as Julianne Moore plays Sarah Palin in HBO's upcoming Game Change.
In the film, premiering in March on the pay cable channel, Moore steps into the shoes (and signature glasses and hairdo) of the former Alaska governor when she is named the 2008 Republican vice presidential nominee. Moore stars alongside...
Sarah Paulson (Studio 60 on the Sunset Strip) and Ally McBeal alum Peter MacNicol have joined the HBO film Game Change, Deadline reports.
Paulson will portray McCain's ambitious and wholesome senior campaign adviser Nicolle Wallace. MacNicol will step into the role of McCain's campaign manager Rick Davis, who oversaw all...
Ron Livingston is teaming up with Tom Hanks and HBO again after their successful 2001 collaboration on Band of Brothers.
The actor has been cast in HBO's upcoming film Game Change that centers on the 2008 presidential campaign, Deadline reports. He joins Ed Harris, Julianne Moore and Woody Harrelson.