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Backseat: Christian Bale Dick Cheney Movie Cast Details & News

Christian Bale is playing Dick Cheney in a movie written and directed by Adam McKay. But that’s just the start of this amusing set-up.

Biopics are a dime a dozen, but when Christian Bale and Adam McKay decide to make a biographical film, and one about the most infamous Vice President of the United States in history, well we’re so excited about this Backseat movie that it will take everything not to accidentally shoot a friend in the face. Indeed, the funnyman filmmaker who spent the Bush Years taking potshots at then then-nadir of modern American presidencies (what a difference 2017 made!) via Anchorman, Talladega Nights, and Step Brothers is now teaming with his The Big Short star for a biopic that will have to at least half its tongue partially in its cheek. It has to right?

Here is what you need to know about the film.

Backseat Cast and Crew

Obviously the biggest selling point this early out on Backseat is its absolutely stacked cast. This is because McKay made the impressive transition from comedy director to at least dramedy filmmaker via The Big Short, which featured fierce performances from stars Steve Carell, Ryan Gosling, and Christian Bale, the latter of whom was nominated for Best Supporting Actor at the Academy Awards for his work.

Christian Bale says he’s been eating “lots of pies” to look like former VP Dick Cheney for upcoming film #VarietyStudio presented by @att pic.twitter.com/kc6jxINLZZ

In Backseat Bale has undergone a shocking transformation to become Dick Cheney, the former Congressman, White House Chief of Staff for Gerald Ford, Secretary of Defense for President George H.W. Bush, and (most famously) the vice president for President George W. Bush. To embody such a meaty role, Bale gained an incredible amount of weight in just a matter of about five months. When asked how he gained the pounds during a film festival sit down with Variety, Bale said, “I’ve just eaten a lot of pies.”

The rest of the cast includes Amy Adams as Lynne Cheney, Dick’s wife and mother to their two daughters, Liz and Mary. Notably, Adams has worked twice with Bale on David O. Russell’s The Fighter (for which Bale won his Oscar) and American Hustle (for which they were both nominated). Adams was even there aiding in Christopher Nolan’s auditions for Batman when they were both impressed by Bale way back in 2003.

Fellow The Big Short alumni Steve Carell has been cast as Donald Rumsfeld, President Bush’s Secretary of Defense who sided with Cheney on an aggressive Iraq War strategy that included “shock and awe.” Sam Rockwell, meanwhile, is going from his award winning role in Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri to playing President George W. Bush himself in Backseat. Bush memorably imbued Cheney with more power than any vice president in American history and went along with Cheney’s strong support for “enhanced interrogation techniques,” which is a euphemistic term for what President Barack Obama later described as torture.

Alison Pill (The Newsroom, Midnight in Paris) will play the adult Mary Cheney, whose coming out as a lesbian led to Dick Cheney evolving his viewpoint on gay rights. Lily Rabe (American Horror Story, The Wizard of Lies) has been cast as Liz Cheney, Dick and Lynne’s daughter who is a strong defender for Cheney’s neoconservatism and has carried on the family name as a source of political power. She is currently a member of the U.S. House of Representatives, representing Wyoming’s at-large district, a seat held at one point by Dick Cheney himself.

Tyler Perry (the Madea films, Gone Girl) has been cast as Colin Powell, Dick Cheney’s one-time friend and political rival for President Bush’s support during the first term of the Bush presidency. Powell served as Chairman of the Joint Chiefs during President George H.W. Bush’s tenure, helping preside over the successful Gulf War which stopped short of marching on Baghdad. Powell’s reluctance to pursue that strategy again during President George W. Bush’s first-term (Powell was his Secretary of State) led to growing animosity between Powell and neoconservatives like Cheney, Rumsfeld, and others. Bill Pullman (Independence Day) is playing Nelson Rockefeller, who served as vice president under President Gerald Ford, for whom Cheney acted as White House Chief of Staff. Adam Bartley will play Frank Luntz, the Republican political commentator and pollster who notoriously worked with Fox News about messaging during the early years of the Iraq War and whole Bush presidency. Shea Whignam is playing Wayne Vincent, Lynne Cheney’s father, and Kirk Bovill has been cast as Henry Kissinger.

Backseat is of course written and directed by McKay, who received Oscar nominations for both duties on The Big Short. Prior to that film, he is best known for his anarchic comedies with Will Ferrell, which include Anchorman: The Legend of Ron Burgundy, Talladega Nights: The Ballad of Ricky Bobby, Step Brothers, The Other Guys, and Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues. McKay and Ferrell met when McKay wrote for Saturday Night Live from 1995 to 2001, including two seasons as head writer. The two also created the Funny or Die website together. Ferrell is also a producer on Backseat, as is The Big Short producer and co-star, Brad Pitt. The film is also produced by McKay, Dede Gardner, Jeremy Kleiner and Kevin J. Messick.

Principal photography began in September 2017.

Backseat Backstory

Backseat will explore the life and times of U.S. Vice President Dick Cheney, who was the 46th man to hold his office. He also was imbued with more power than any vice president in history, which is all the more impressive given he was employed by the Bush campaign in 2000 to find the best candidates for vice president. and then settled on himself.

Cheney’s career prior to being a very hawkish supporter of neoconservative foreign policy–which in basic terms involved using America’s robust military power to spread democracy and a more open capitalist system via military invasion, as well as aggressive policies that valued security over human rights when it came to combatting terrorism–included being Secretary of Defense for President George H.W. Bush, a Congressman in the U.S. House of Representatives who represented Wyoming’s at-large district, during which time he eventually held the postions of chair of the House Republican Conference and miniority whip, and White House Chief of Staff for President Gerald Ford.

At least some of these earlier events in his life will be covered in this film, as younger versions of himself and his children have been cast, and paparazzi photos have depicted Bale playing Cheney as a younger man. Bill Pullman has also been cast as Nelson Rockefeller, who was the vice president to Gerald Ford when Cheney served as chief of staff at the White House.

Backseat Release Date Window

There is currently no release date for Backseat, but if we had to wager a guess, it will probably drop sometime late in the year. Adam McKay and Christian Bale’s The Big Short received a relatively last-minute December 2015 release date after Paramount Pictures realized they had an Oscar contender on their hands. While Backseat is being distributed by Annapurna Pictures, the star power of this thing, and the commitment Bale took to play the 46th Vice President of the United States, would suggest it isn’t coming out in wide release until around the holiday season.

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“Amazing!” – Sam Moffitt, We Are Movie Geeks

“A realistic and entertaining take on a teenage romantic dramedy” – Mark Bell, Film Threat

“The Backseat is a stand out in a sea of formulaic coming of age rom-coms.” – Rachel Willis, ScreenRelish

“If we were to really try to remember what we felt back when we were kids, when every little problem harbored the end of the world, we find that O’Leary has really done something remarkable with The Backseat.” – Tyler Smith, Battleship Pretension

“Overall, this indie film gives great insight into the actuality of high school life and teenage romance with many laughs along the way thanks to the authenticity of how awkward things can really be.” – Melissa Marini, The Film Loop

High school social outcasts Roy Offerman and Larry DiMarco struggle to find a drummer for their new punk rock band, Witness My Jehovah. As Roy will learn, sometimes finding the answer to one problem only brings about a host of others. Immediately after finding a drummer, Roy is plagued by a raging case of hemorrhoids. This causes his parents to be confused about his sexuality, and starts up all sorts of new rumors at school. In the most unexpected place, Roy meets his dream girl Samantha. As Roy and Sam’s relationship develops, Witness My Jehovah lands their first big gig at a local music venue. When things don’t go as planned, Roy is faced with some of the biggest decisions he’ll ever have to make.

NOTEWORTHY PRODUCTIONS presents a film by RYAN O’LEARY “THE BACKSEAT”
Starring CHRIS BELLANT, ALLYSON REILLY, CRAIG KELLY, COSTA NICHOLAS, LORI HAMILTON, JOHN CRAMER
Original Music by JOHN WARREN Witness My Jehovah songs by THE RANGEBEARS
Associate Producer CHRISTINE VARTOUGHIAN
Production Designer CHRISTINE VARTOUGHIAN Director of Photography DARREN P. HARTMAN
Produced by RYAN O’LEARY, DIANA COSTELLO, DANIEL HERMAN, LORI HAMILTON
Written and Directed by RYAN O’LEARY

Backseat (2005)

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Critic Reviews for Backseat

Once in a while, a movie inspires nothing more than complete apathy. Backseat is such a lackluster work.


A road movie that runs out of gas almost immediately after it gets started, Backseat is the sort of quirky indie feature that impresses at festivals but feels wan when experienced under real cinematic conditions.

Anyone who’s spent a lot of time at independent-film festivals will feel a familiar sinking feeling within the first 10 minutes of Backseat.

Culturally falling somewhere between Sideways and Dumb and Dumber, this low-rent road movie similarly rides on principles of audience identification, largely minus competent helming, thesping or scripting.

Sporadically funny, micro-budgeted indie comedy.

The flailing, protagonists of Backseat, while not exactly 40-year-old virgins, can have avoided that fate only by the tender mercies of women with low expectations.

Backseat satisfies itself with small observations and minor breakthroughs of self-awareness.

Alexander’s script considers context anathema, leaving us to wonder, among other puzzlers, why these two jerks are friends to begin with – and, perhaps, on what bad breakup or neglected childhood one may blame the film’s dispiriting misanthropy.

To be sure, slapstick misadventures ensue, but there’s a sweetness and vulnerability beneath the surface of the boys’ sometimes-blue bantering.

Just a series of character skits, some charming and others tedious.

Bruce Van Dusen’s 2005 comedy plots a meandering course due north without locating a word of truth.

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Backseat Bitches 2

Bums Bus presents Backseat Bitches Vol. 2. Slutty German babes get drilled in the backseat of the moving van in 5 thrilling scenes! Starring Lullu Gun, Sina Velvet, July Sun, Danny Bubbles and Angelyna having the rides of their lives.

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Sins Life – Sex Tour Round 4

Bachelorette Parties 7

Shane’s World 17

Shane’s World 22 – Scavenger Hunt

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Shane’s World 18 – The Roller Coaster of Love

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Backseat: Christian Bale Dick Cheney Movie Cast Details & News

Christian Bale is playing Dick Cheney in a movie written and directed by Adam McKay. But that’s just the start of this amusing set-up.

Biopics are a dime a dozen, but when Christian Bale and Adam McKay decide to make a biographical film, and one about the most infamous Vice President of the United States in history, well we’re so excited about this Backseat movie that it will take everything not to accidentally shoot a friend in the face. Indeed, the funnyman filmmaker who spent the Bush Years taking potshots at then then-nadir of modern American presidencies (what a difference 2017 made!) via Anchorman, Talladega Nights, and Step Brothers is now teaming with his The Big Short star for a biopic that will have to at least half its tongue partially in its cheek. It has to right?

Here is what you need to know about the film.

Backseat Cast and Crew

Obviously the biggest selling point this early out on Backseat is its absolutely stacked cast. This is because McKay made the impressive transition from comedy director to at least dramedy filmmaker via The Big Short, which featured fierce performances from stars Steve Carell, Ryan Gosling, and Christian Bale, the latter of whom was nominated for Best Supporting Actor at the Academy Awards for his work.

Christian Bale says he’s been eating “lots of pies” to look like former VP Dick Cheney for upcoming film #VarietyStudio presented by @att pic.twitter.com/kc6jxINLZZ

In Backseat Bale has undergone a shocking transformation to become Dick Cheney, the former Congressman, White House Chief of Staff for Gerald Ford, Secretary of Defense for President George H.W. Bush, and (most famously) the vice president for President George W. Bush. To embody such a meaty role, Bale gained an incredible amount of weight in just a matter of about five months. When asked how he gained the pounds during a film festival sit down with Variety, Bale said, “I’ve just eaten a lot of pies.”

The rest of the cast includes Amy Adams as Lynne Cheney, Dick’s wife and mother to their two daughters, Liz and Mary. Notably, Adams has worked twice with Bale on David O. Russell’s The Fighter (for which Bale won his Oscar) and American Hustle (for which they were both nominated). Adams was even there aiding in Christopher Nolan’s auditions for Batman when they were both impressed by Bale way back in 2003.

Fellow The Big Short alumni Steve Carell has been cast as Donald Rumsfeld, President Bush’s Secretary of Defense who sided with Cheney on an aggressive Iraq War strategy that included “shock and awe.” Sam Rockwell, meanwhile, is going from his award winning role in Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri to playing President George W. Bush himself in Backseat. Bush memorably imbued Cheney with more power than any vice president in American history and went along with Cheney’s strong support for “enhanced interrogation techniques,” which is a euphemistic term for what President Barack Obama later described as torture.

Alison Pill (The Newsroom, Midnight in Paris) will play the adult Mary Cheney, whose coming out as a lesbian led to Dick Cheney evolving his viewpoint on gay rights. Lily Rabe (American Horror Story, The Wizard of Lies) has been cast as Liz Cheney, Dick and Lynne’s daughter who is a strong defender for Cheney’s neoconservatism and has carried on the family name as a source of political power. She is currently a member of the U.S. House of Representatives, representing Wyoming’s at-large district, a seat held at one point by Dick Cheney himself.

Tyler Perry (the Madea films, Gone Girl) has been cast as Colin Powell, Dick Cheney’s one-time friend and political rival for President Bush’s support during the first term of the Bush presidency. Powell served as Chairman of the Joint Chiefs during President George H.W. Bush’s tenure, helping preside over the successful Gulf War which stopped short of marching on Baghdad. Powell’s reluctance to pursue that strategy again during President George W. Bush’s first-term (Powell was his Secretary of State) led to growing animosity between Powell and neoconservatives like Cheney, Rumsfeld, and others. Bill Pullman (Independence Day) is playing Nelson Rockefeller, who served as vice president under President Gerald Ford, for whom Cheney acted as White House Chief of Staff. Adam Bartley will play Frank Luntz, the Republican political commentator and pollster who notoriously worked with Fox News about messaging during the early years of the Iraq War and whole Bush presidency. Shea Whignam is playing Wayne Vincent, Lynne Cheney’s father, and Kirk Bovill has been cast as Henry Kissinger.

Backseat is of course written and directed by McKay, who received Oscar nominations for both duties on The Big Short. Prior to that film, he is best known for his anarchic comedies with Will Ferrell, which include Anchorman: The Legend of Ron Burgundy, Talladega Nights: The Ballad of Ricky Bobby, Step Brothers, The Other Guys, and Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues. McKay and Ferrell met when McKay wrote for Saturday Night Live from 1995 to 2001, including two seasons as head writer. The two also created the Funny or Die website together. Ferrell is also a producer on Backseat, as is The Big Short producer and co-star, Brad Pitt. The film is also produced by McKay, Dede Gardner, Jeremy Kleiner and Kevin J. Messick.

Principal photography began in September 2017.

Backseat Backstory

Backseat will explore the life and times of U.S. Vice President Dick Cheney, who was the 46th man to hold his office. He also was imbued with more power than any vice president in history, which is all the more impressive given he was employed by the Bush campaign in 2000 to find the best candidates for vice president. and then settled on himself.

Cheney’s career prior to being a very hawkish supporter of neoconservative foreign policy–which in basic terms involved using America’s robust military power to spread democracy and a more open capitalist system via military invasion, as well as aggressive policies that valued security over human rights when it came to combatting terrorism–included being Secretary of Defense for President George H.W. Bush, a Congressman in the U.S. House of Representatives who represented Wyoming’s at-large district, during which time he eventually held the postions of chair of the House Republican Conference and miniority whip, and White House Chief of Staff for President Gerald Ford.

At least some of these earlier events in his life will be covered in this film, as younger versions of himself and his children have been cast, and paparazzi photos have depicted Bale playing Cheney as a younger man. Bill Pullman has also been cast as Nelson Rockefeller, who was the vice president to Gerald Ford when Cheney served as chief of staff at the White House.

Backseat Release Date Window

There is currently no release date for Backseat, but if we had to wager a guess, it will probably drop sometime late in the year. Adam McKay and Christian Bale’s The Big Short received a relatively last-minute December 2015 release date after Paramount Pictures realized they had an Oscar contender on their hands. While Backseat is being distributed by Annapurna Pictures, the star power of this thing, and the commitment Bale took to play the 46th Vice President of the United States, would suggest it isn’t coming out in wide release until around the holiday season.

Backseat (2005)

TOMATOMETER

Critics Consensus: No consensus yet.

Critics Consensus: No consensus yet.

AUDIENCE SCORE

Critic Consensus: No consensus yet.

Movie Info

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Critic Reviews for Backseat

Once in a while, a movie inspires nothing more than complete apathy. Backseat is such a lackluster work.

A road movie that runs out of gas almost immediately after it gets started, Backseat is the sort of quirky indie feature that impresses at festivals but feels wan when experienced under real cinematic conditions.

Anyone who’s spent a lot of time at independent-film festivals will feel a familiar sinking feeling within the first 10 minutes of Backseat.

Culturally falling somewhere between Sideways and Dumb and Dumber, this low-rent road movie similarly rides on principles of audience identification, largely minus competent helming, thesping or scripting.

Sporadically funny, micro-budgeted indie comedy.

The flailing, protagonists of Backseat, while not exactly 40-year-old virgins, can have avoided that fate only by the tender mercies of women with low expectations.

Backseat satisfies itself with small observations and minor breakthroughs of self-awareness.

Alexander’s script considers context anathema, leaving us to wonder, among other puzzlers, why these two jerks are friends to begin with – and, perhaps, on what bad breakup or neglected childhood one may blame the film’s dispiriting misanthropy.

To be sure, slapstick misadventures ensue, but there’s a sweetness and vulnerability beneath the surface of the boys’ sometimes-blue bantering.

Just a series of character skits, some charming and others tedious.

Bruce Van Dusen’s 2005 comedy plots a meandering course due north without locating a word of truth.

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Backseat Quotes

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