R | | Biography, Comedy, Drama
The story of Dick Cheney, an unassuming bureaucratic Washington insider, who quietly wielded immense power as Vice President to George W. Bush, reshaping the country and the globe in ways that we still feel today.
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It was revealed that Amy Adams stayed in character during filming, especially keeping her character's distinct voice. She would even have political debates with the director while maintaining the voice. Adams revealed that it was the first time she stayed in character throughout filming.
George W. Bush:
So we gonna do this thing, or what? I mean, is this happening?
Dick Cheney: I believe... we can make this work.
George W. Bush: Hehehe!
George W. Bush: Hot damn!
In a scene set in 1973, Cheney can be seen lying in bed and talking to Rumsfeld on a non-Trimline telephone with a modular handset. Modular connectors were not available for telephones other than Trimlines until 1976 and weren't ubiquitous in the United States until the early-1980's.
Extras from the film are reading the Vice (2018) script and argue over whether or not it's a "liberal movie" before it escalates into a physical fight regarding the 2016 presidential election. Meanwhile, one extra says the new Fast and Furious movie looks "so lit."
$7,768,371 (USA) (30 December 2018)
$36,726,165 (USA) (15 January 2019)
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