Affairs News After 'Reagans' fiasco
Extramarital Affairs News
7th November 2003
Now, Hillary and Arnold
We know how the Ron-and-Nancy biopic turned out. Now, what about Hillary and Arnold?
A and E is producing two potentially controversial TV movies about Hillary Clinton and Arnold Schwarzenegger to air next year, but network executives said yesterday both would go forward despite the flap over CBS' "The Reagans," which was shunted to Showtime Tuesday.
The Clinton movie is based on Gail Sheehy's 1999 biography, "Hillary's Choice," which was generally sympathetic to the first lady but also a heavily documented account of her husband's extramarital affairs. The movie has not been cast yet, although Sharon Stone is expected to play Hillary. The Schwarzenegger movie, also uncast, will cover his years since coming to America, ending with his election as governor of California. As an A and E executive told the trade press when the project was announced in October, "This is one of those stranger than fiction stories that you just couldn't make up."
These two A and E movies are a departure for a network that has long relied on historical (George Washington) rather than contemporary figures for biopics, but ratings have sunk and A and E is eager to draw in younger viewers. However, Delia Fine, A and E's vice president of film drama and performing arts, said yesterday that neither movie should get the same flak as "The Reagans," criticized by Reagan supporters as a hatchet job. "I think Gail's book is remarkably well-balanced and she did a hell of a job on her research," Fine said. "She's met Hillary any number of times and interviewed her. It's intended to be well balanced. It's interesting to me that these are automatically perceived as political movies, but that's not my take on it at all. ... There's no political agenda here."
She said the Schwarzenegger movie, "See Arnold Run," would include scenes of his womanizing and abusive behavior to women because "so much of it is in the public record, and he's obviously admitted to some of it." Meanwhile, Fine said A and E has had no contact with Clinton and "would be very surprised" if she tried to contact the network. Calls to Clinton were not returned.
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