From Anne Boleyn to Hillary Clinton: Gender, Politics, and Myth
From Anne Boleyn to Hillary Clinton: Gender, Politics, and Myth

From Anne Boleyn to Hillary Clinton: Gender, Politics, and Myth

To begin by being thoroughly “transparent,” I am one of those post-65-year-old women with a Hillary sign in my front yard. Or, to be more exact, who had a Hillary sign in her front yard. Two actually. They both were stolen and I don’t believe it was so the folks who stole them could put them in their own front yard. So I guess the more precise word is that they were confiscated.
Natalie and Anne
Natalie and Anne

Natalie and Anne

Natalie Dormer, the 26 year-old actress who was chosen to play the role of Anne Boleyn, approached her assignment very differently. Natalie has strong opinions about the real Anne, and when she got the role, was excited over the prospect of embodying her as accurately as possible.
On Genevieve Bujold as Anne Boleyn
On Genevieve Bujold as Anne Boleyn

On Genevieve Bujold as Anne Boleyn

Casting Genevieve Bujold was Hal Wallis’s smartest decision in making Anne of the Thousand Days, and he did so without benefit of a screen-test or even a personal interview, simply on the basis of viewing her in the French-Canadian film Isabel (1968, and directed by then-husband Paul Almond).