This was a hot project in Hollywood until the rest of America found out about it. https://t.co/7hpEsUFDby
— Cam Edwards (@CamEdwards) April 29, 2016
The announcement of a movie project in the works based on a script that turns Ronald Reagan’s Alheimer’s disease into a fictional “satire” has been slammed by many, including members of the Reagan family. The movie was to star Will Ferrell as Ronald Reagan, but the actor has pulled out, according to his agent:
Many wonder how the “project” even got as far as it did:
Good. The project should now die the ignoble death it deserved long ago. https://t.co/cTE51MzZru
— Jonah Goldberg (@JonahDispatch) April 29, 2016
@lachlan It's nice to know he possesses human decency. Or just a good survival instinct as an actor..
— Angela Beegle (aka chotii) (@chotiari) April 29, 2016
Good. I had developed a deep loathing for him and resolved never to watch him again.
— Son of Liberty (@davidcmcalpine) April 29, 2016
Oh good! I'm glad he found it in his heart to do the right thing.
— Laurie D (@LolosInTheHouse) April 29, 2016
I'll take "Statements That Should Never Have To Be Issued" for 300, Alex. https://t.co/lZQFg86hLv
— Jim Antle (@jimantle) April 29, 2016
Good. At least he's a pragmatist. https://t.co/oxzD3Nq5HB
— Mulder’s Methane-rich Mug slide (@proteinwisdom) April 29, 2016
— Bill4c (@bill_forsee) April 29, 2016