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The first trailer for Oliver Stone’s upcoming film W. has hit the web earlier this evening. And at first glance, I have absolutely no idea what to make of this film.

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The Academy should already be engraving his name on the little statue if Saturday’s developments are any indication of his dedication to the craft.

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On top of news that the production started filming last week, we also got our first look at a teaser poster, and learned that Jesse Bradford (Swimfan; Bring It On) will play one of Bush’s college friends and frat buddies.

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The cast of Oliver Stone’s W just seems to get more and more interesting as the days go by. What the hell kind of movie is this going to be, anyway?

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In the News We’re Required By Law To Care About section today, the final piece of the W puzzle fell into place as Toby Jones joined the cast of Oliver Stone’s Bush Biopic.

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The only people who will be vaguely interested in this movie are the media vultures (like me) who just want to see a good, old fashioned train wreck come October.

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Despite what the media would have you believe, a freakish monster made up of spare parts from Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama is not the current President. Apparently, some squirrelly little guy from Connecticut is, and Oliver Stone is making a small film about him.

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Lionsgate has picked up Oliver Stone’s new automatically-controversially film W. The studio plans to release the movie on October 17th. That’s right. A movie that doesn’t even have one of its featured characters cast is going to be in theaters in 161 days.

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Well now this is interesting, isn’t it. As you can see above, the upcoming issue of Entertainment Weekly features a first look at actor Josh Brolin in full makeup as George W. Bush.

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50 Cent has regret, Errol Morris has a sense of humor and Jake Gyllenhaal might be playing in the Sands of Time. That, and a cool visual guide to this crazy George Bush Biopic from Oliver Stone.

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Few directors are more political in their movies than Oliver Stone, but has he crossed the line by putting into production a film about the Bush Administration? Well, the one thing that does impress us is the stellar cast he’s putting together.

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Does anyone else get the feeling that Elizabeth Banks is becoming the next Hollywood “It” girl? It began with her role in The 40-Year Old Virgin and has continued on to a lead role in Kevin Smith’s Zack and Miri Make a Porno, and it will ultimately continue with her role as Laura Bush in Oliver Stone’s W, a biopic of current President George W. Bush.

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