The film will focus on the 2008 presidential campaign mounted by former Republican presidential candidate John McCain (R-Ariz.), who made a household name of Palin when he selected the former Alaska governor as his vice presidential running mate.
The movie will also shed light on the reportedly distant relationship between Obama and his vice presidential running mate, Joe Biden, and explore the impact that McCain’s selection of Palin had on his campaign.
Ironically, Sarah, who has been lampooned on Saturday Night Live by comedian Tina Fey, could not be more different politically from Moore, 50, an outspoken liberal.
Casting has not been completed for the roles of Hillary Clinton, John McCain or Barack Obama.
Meanwhile, Palin, 47, whose Discovery Channel reality tv show was canceled after one season, has remained coy about her plans to run for president in 2012.
Samantha Chang is the co-owner and executive editor of TheImproper and a celebrity writer at Examiner.