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Fox News gets into movies with story from romance novelist

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I imagine the protagonists of their films, fictional US white and christian characters..

LOL !!..

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Rush Limbaugh used to write trashy romance novels (seriously), maybe they could adapt one of those lol

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Surely there is a bit part for Hannity? As the local tough guy? And for Kennedy? As the town "widow"?

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“The Shell Collector” is described as a heartwarming story about a widow with two children who attempts to find a new life in their seaside town following the death of her husband.

Sounds like she needs a good man.

"He's perfect. But he watches Fox News."

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Fox News is getting into the movies by producing its first feature film,

It's just rebranding , faux has always been into movies and never into news.

Their lawyers even mentioned during one of the hundred of suits filed against them that none of their anchors should be taken seriously.]

Who can forget tucker's fantasies about men, if that's not a movie, nothing is!

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Fox News gets into movies

That makes complete sense as Fox News is not about day to day news stories, but is about made up opinions based on fantasy and fiction. This is a simple extension of the current format from talk show to movie length shows. Good luck to them as they expand their fantasy business model.

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I imagine the protagonists of their films, fictional US white and christian characters..

LOL !!..

Maybe 20 years ago

It's just rebranding , faux has always been into movies and never into news.

The other way around.

Their lawyers even mentioned during one of the hundred of suits filed against them that none of their anchors should be taken seriously.]

A lot of that was taken out of context, look at the lawsuits.

Who can forget tucker's fantasies about men, if that's not a movie, nothing is!

Here we go with that nonsense again.

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